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VIDEO: Juvenile’s Son Young Juve Arrested After Beating Up Girl!

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Young Juve, the son of rapper Juvenile, was busted in Orlando, FL on Halloween for allegedly assaulting a couple leaving a party.

Footage from the altercation has surfaced online and shows Young Juve viciously punching a female who is seen lying on the ground. During the fight, Juvenile (in a black t-shirt) is seen trying to restrain his son and escorts him to a waiting SUV before driving off.

Young Juve says the fight broke out because his mother and sister had been disrespected by the couple (mainly the male).  He tweeted,

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Though the clip only shows him assaulting the female, it can be assumed from the tweets that he also hit the male.  He also tweeted that people will understand what happened once more fight videos are posted.  I guess that’s how we’re proving points now…waiting on videos of the fight.

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Ironically, Juvenile had his own Florida brawl a…

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Floyd Mayweather loses first fight and lands in jail

Yes, the undefeated Floyd Mayweather may have had his share of victories in the ring, but when it came for his time in court to face Judge Melissa Saragosa for a domestic dispute against the mother his children, it was a battle he did not win. Back in December, Mayweather was given an 87-day jail sentence that he will begin on Friday. Originally, he was to begin his sentence in January, but Mayweather’s lawyers requested that his sentence start date be postponed to June 1, so he could fight Miguel Cotto back on May 5 in Las Vegas that generated $94 million in PPV sales, reported by HBO. This was the second-highest grossing pay-per-view for a non-heavyweight fight in history in which Mayweather earned approximately $45 million to $50 million.

If Mayweather is able to control his temper and keep his hands to himself while at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas, he will be eligible to receive a shorter term for good behavior. It is possible for him to refrain from any contact with the general population at least for the first week while he is under administrative isolation. Mayweather will be able to reapply for this boxing license as long as he does not push his jail report date back beyond June 1, serve his sentence and attend community service and counseling sessions as required by Justice Saragosa, reported by the executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission, Keith Kizer.

Will this be enough time for Mayweather ro reflect over his career and make a decision whether to step back into the ring to face Manny Pacquiao or hang up his gloves to retirement. Well, we won’t find out until December, when Mayweather is released from prison.