Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. will reportedly accept a plea bargain to avoid a felony conviction in connection with a domestic violence case involving the mother of three of his children, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Tuesday.
Calls to Mayweather and his representatives were not returned.
Clark County (Nev.) District Attorney David Roger told the newspaper that Mayweather on Wednesday will plead guilty to one count of battery domestic violence and two counts of harassment, all misdemeanors. Mayweather is subject to $3,000 in fines and a jail sentence ranging from two days to 18 months, the newspaper reported.
Mayweather, 34, originally faced felony charges for his alleged attack against girlfriend Josie Harris and his treatment of the children after reportedly learning Harris was dating another man in September 2010.
The conclusion of Mayweather's criminal case helps promoters move forward with plans to stage a super-fight next year between Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.