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Floyd Mayweather’s daughter Yaya faces up to 99-Years in prison for stabbing NBA YoungBoy’s baby mama 

Retired American boxer, Floyd Mayweather’s 19-year-old girl could spend years in prison after being arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon right after an altercation with her boyfriend NBA YoungBoy’s baby mama. Iyanna “Yaya”

Mayweather, 19, pictured left, was arrested earlier this month after allegedly stabbing Lapattra Jacobs, who shares a child with her boyfriend, rapper NBA YoungBoy.

An altercation that reportedly transpired at the rapper’s Houston residence on Saturday, April 4, triggered a physical fight between the ladies. It had been reported while fighting the two ladies made their way into the kitchen of Youngboy’s Houston home, where Mayweather picked up a knife and stabbed the Jacobs in the arms.

Iyanna Mayweather was arrested and booked into Harris County Jail after she claimed the target was rushed to a nearby hospital and underwent urgent surgical treatment on her arms.

According to The Blast, Mayweather was charged with aggravated assault using a deadly weapon, a felony that can carry a weighty sentence. If convicted on the charge, Mayweather could be slapped with a $10,000 fine or receive up to 99 years in prison. 

The Blast also added that it’s unlikely she will receive the maximum sentence, as she doesn’t appear to have a criminal history.

Floyd Mayweather

Mayweather is being represented by Kurt Schaffer, a famed attorney who has worked for celebrities like Slim Thug, Pimp C, and J Prince among others. 
“Iyanna is doing fine; although she remains shaken by this unfortunate incident,” Schaffer told Bossip.

The attorney affirmed Mayweather will plead not guilty to the charge and he is expecting her to be “fully vindicated.” Mayweather is reportedly due back in court in August.

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