REPORT: State Of Texas Moving Forward With Stabbing Case Against Iyanna Mayweather

Iyanna Mayweather is in big trouble and facing some serious prison time if she gets convicted.

The state of Texas has let her and her famous boxing father know that will be pursuing aggravated assault charges, according to Bossip.

“The Harris County District Attorney’s Office has subpoenaed the medical records of Iyanna Mayweather’s alleged stabbing victim, Lapattra Jacobs, 24, as evidence in the case.

Harris County assistant DA Kenisha Day got an order forcing the Houston hospital where Jacobs sought treatment to handover her medical charts, x-rays, lab results, photographs and other info, which will be used to build a case against Mayweather, court papers obtained by BOSSIP state. Jacobs shares a child with Mayweather’s fiance NBAYoungBoy.”

Investigators claim Iyanna showed up to NBA Youngboy’s Houston area mansion earlier this month and confronted Jacobs about being there. An argument started to which Mayweather brandished a knife and then stabbed her love rival more than once, according to court papers.

If the 19-year-old is convicted, she faces up to 99 years in state prison.