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This just in: Floyd Mayweather assaults ex-girlfriend, leaves daughter $200 in Tooth Fairy money; John Mayer quits Twitter


Floyd Mayweather Jr., 2010 (AP/Isaac Brekken)

  • Floyd Mayweather Jr. was charged with felony grand larceny for allegedly seizing a cellphone from his ex-girlfriend in a Las Vegas scuffle last week, according to an arrest report released to the Associated Press on Monday. The report says the boxing champ, 33, also hit the woman and twisted her arm, but he's not charged with battery. Odd detail: Before the assault, Mayweather gave her $200 in Tooth Fairy money to put under their young daughter's pillow.
  • John Mayer has retired his Twitter account. A rep for the oversharing pop star (whose 3.7 million followers made him one of the top 20 most-followed people on Twitter) said it's because his recent tour has ended. You mean, that was all just about self-promotion???

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