Cj Watson

September 14, 2010 by staff 

Cj Watson, Chicago Bulls point guard CJ Watson wants to participate in the drama of Josie Martin / Floyd Mayweather.

The NBA star is no denying that he is the “other man involved in the alleged domestic assault recent incident between the pair earlier.

According to the police report that was published by TMZ, May time stole his former girlfriend, Josie Harris, cell phone and discovered a text message that goes back-way between Martin and Josie Watson CJ.

The discovery of the messages allegedly caused the fighter to fly into a rage directed at his ex-girlfriend. According to the report, Mayweather shouted: “Are you having sex with CJ? Harris replied:” Yes, that’s what I’m seeing now. ‘”

Friends of Watson have stepped up to deny that he has been involved with Harris. They add that Harris had made only a little planning for the game NBA star.

The entire incident intensified with Mayweather reportedly resort to physically attacking his ex-girlfriend. The police report continues, “Mayweather Harris grabbed by the hair and began to hit in the back of the head with a closed fist several times. Mayweather Harris pulled the couch by the hair and twisted her left arm. Harris said Mayweather started screaming at Harris “I’ll kill you and the man who is playing with.” He said “I’ll have both disappear.” Harris tried to fight her, and she thought she was trying to break the arm by turning it back. Harris cried for the children to call the police or run to the station security guard. ”

The main witness in the alleged assault is the son of 10 years of age of the couple told police that he “saw his father was in his mother and was hitting and kicking her.”

Mayweather has been charged with grand larceny for stealing Apple iPhone Josie Harris 4. Police have recommended that the prosecutor added charges of domestic assault. The case remains under investigation.

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