Attorney Assures “There Is No Arrest Warrant For Jennifer Capriati”

According to to a statement given exclusively to DatzHott by the legal representation for former tennis star Jennifer Capriati, news about her arrest warrant issued by the North Palm Beach Police Department for allegedly beating up her ex-boyfriend is not be true.

According to to a statement given exclusively to DatzHott by the  legal representation for former tennis star Jennifer Capriatinews about her arrest warrant issued by the North Palm Beach Police Department for allegedly beating up her ex-boyfriend is not be true. Accusations given to the police by her former boy toy are supposedly false and one dimensional.
Read the statement below for details:
There is no arrest warrant for Jennifer Capriati. The case between Ms. Capriati and Mr. Ivan Brannan has not yet been assigned in Palm Beach County and has not been reviewed. The current facts being circulated by Mr. Brannan are an over exaggeration and the police report is one-sided in Mr. Brannan’s favor since they failed to get Ms. Capriati’s side of the story. We will make sure that Ms. Capriati’s side of the story is fully conveyed and when the truth comes out she will be vindicated from these charges.” – Legal Representation for Jennifer Capriati

As previously reported by SI,

The North Palm Beach Police Department is reportedly seeking an arrest warrant for former tennis-star Jennifer Capriati for allegedly attacking her ex-boyfriend, Ivan Brannan.

According to Gossip Extra’s Jose Lambiet, Capriati could be facing charges of battery and stalking stemming from a Valentine Day’s incident with Brannan.

The report claims that Capriati and Brannan had some sort of altercation outside of the men’s locker room at the Oxygen Health and Fitness Gym in North Palm Beach, Florida. Capriati allegedly struck Brannan’s chest with her fist repeatedly before a yoga instructor intervened and called the cops.

Despite legal troubles during and after her playing career, Capriati was formerly a top-ranked player while winning 14 titles, including three Grand Slams. Capriati won a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics.

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