Former tennis superstar Jennifer Capriati could be charged for stalking and battery

Former tennis player Jennifer Capriati (middle) poses for a photo with Victoria Azarenka (BLR), left, and Serena Williams (USA), right, before the women's singles final on day fourteen of the 2012 US Open at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. (Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports)

Former tennis player Jennifer Capriati, here posing for a photo with Victoria Azarenka (BLR), left, and Serena Williams (USA), right, was arrested for stalking, proving that only crazy girls wear leopard print dresses in public.(Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports)

Jennifer Capriati was a tennis pro at the age of 16. Now, and at the age of 36, the International Tennis Hall of Famer really needs a new hobby — or basically anything that doesn’t involve ex-boyfriend Ivan Brannan.

Following an altercation, Capriati could be charged with battery and stalking in connection with a Valentine’s Day incident.

Brannan, a former Florida State University golfer, was allegedly struck several times in the chest by the former No. 1-overall player in the world before a yoga instructor at Oxygen Health and Fitness gym on US 1 intervened.

At that point, Brannan scurried to the men’s locker room, Capriati zipped out of the area in a Porsche, and the yoga instructor called the police, according to Gossip Extra. From there, Capriati was stopped a few miles from the gym, identified, and released upon consideration of the warrant by the Palm Beach County State Attorney.

This is not nearly the first incident between the two. Brannan tried to file a restraining order against her after she called his place of employment more than 100 times in a single day.

Reaching into the way-back machine, Capriati was arrested near Tampa in two separate incidents involving shoplifting and possession of weed.

She is a two-time winner of the Australian Open and she took home the French Open title once as well.

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