She wants her own experience to serve as a source of comfort and inspiration to other women trapped in a cycle of abuse.
Efforts to reach him through the team were unsuccessful.
With Mc Nair present, the fighter rained punches and kicks upon her, according to the statements of Harris and the children.
"I hope his lessons aren't too harsh as he does have a good heart."The heady world of professional sports and the adrenaline and glamour attached to it can provide an intoxicating mix for those caught up in the lifestyle.
Mayweather is the highest-earning athlete in sports – he collected $41.5 million for his September 2013 victory over Saul Alvarez – and once posted online an ATM receipt that indicated an account balance of $123 million.
"For some reason I still get anxiety when I know that he is on his way.
I have no idea why, but I get really overwhelmed when I know that I have to be around him."Harris says she suffered physical abuse from the boxer on "six occasions," the worst coming in September 2010, when Mayweather entered Harris' home as she slept, yanked her to the floor by her hair, then punched and kicked and screamed cuss words at her in front of their children.
On the first occasion, the pair argued and Harris, unknown to Mayweather, called police, who arrived and advised him to leave. Harris says she awoke with Mayweather screaming and grabbing her hair.
She says he'd read affectionate text messages between her and NBA basketball player C. Watson, described in her book draft as her "summer love." Watson now plays for the Indiana Pacers.
It was one of seven alleged assaults Mayweather has committed against five different women that resulted in him being arrested or issued a citation.