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By Donald Lambro
Even retail giant Wal-Mart shows telltale signs of trouble
Topic - Ivan Brannan
Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati won't have to face battery and stalking charges stemming from a 2013 confrontation with an ex-boyfriend under an agreement announced Monday.
Capriati, 37, had been accused of punching former boyfriend Ivan Brannan at a North Palm Beach gym last Valentine's Day and of stalking him for months before that. One of Brannan's co-workers told police that Capriati had tried to enter a locked door at the business and sometimes called up to 50 times a day.
Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati has been charged after police said she punched her ex-boyfriend on Valentine's Day while he was working out at a gym.
Brannan told police he and Capriati broke up in 2012 and that she has harassed and stalked him since then.
Brannan told police that he tried to get away by walking to the men's locker room, but Capriati blocked his path and punched him in the chest.