Floyd Mayweather is the latest celebrity to land in jail.
TMZ reports the championship winning boxer was sentenced to serve 90 days for assaulting the mother of his children in front of the kids.
Floyd was originally sentenced to 6 months in jail, but three of those months were suspended, and he was credited for 3 days time served.
The incident happened back in September 2010, after his ex-girlfriend said the boxer struck her and threatened to kill her.
Floyd hit a deal with prosecutors in the case, by pleading guilty to the misdemeanor domestic violence charge, and avoided a felony battery charge. He also plead no contest to the two misdemeanor harassment charges he faced after threatening his kids as well.
Floyd also has to serve 100 hours of community service, spend 12 months in a domestic violence program, and pay $2,500 in fines. He must turn himself in to authorities by January 6.