Capriati arrest warrant

Capriati arrest warrant, Florida police are seeking an arrest warrant for former women's tennis champ Jennifer Capriati after she allegedly struck her boyfriend at a Palm Beach gym, according to a new report.

The warrant is being sought by North Palm Beach County police, who are considering charges of battery and stalking in connection with the incident at Oxygen Health and Fitness gym, Gossip Extra has reported, citing a police report.

Capriati, 36, is accused of getting into an argument with ex-boyfriend Ivan Brannan, a former Florida State University golfer, on February 14 near the men's locker room of the gym.

Capriati allegedly hit Brannan's chest with her fists several times before a yoga instructor intervened. Brannan then ran into the men's locker room and called 911.

Capriati feld the scene in her car but was stopped by police a few miles away. They allowed her to go at the time.

Capriati has hired lawyer Steve Sessa. He declined to comment on the story.

Brannan asked the Palm Beach County Circuit Court for a restraining order against Capriati last year.

The judge declined the request.

Brannan claims Capriati called his work place more than 100 times in a single day last year.

He also says she sped through a security gate at his condo building in her Porsche after a guard declined her requests to be let in.

The North Palm Beach Police Department did not respond to a request for comment on this story.

Capriati was only 10 when she made her Sports Illustrated debut and  by 13, she was on the cover.

She won Olympic gold in 1992 at age 16 and two years later, she was out of the game and into legal trouble when ahe was cited for shoplifting and arrested for marijuana possession.

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