Jennifer Capriati Faces Charges of Battery, Stalking in Fla.: Authorities

She allegedly punched her ex-boyrfirned at a gym Feb. 14, The Palm Beach Post reported

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    In this file photo from Nov. 3, 2004, Jennifer Capriati stretches for the ball during her second-round match with Meghann Shaughnessy at the Advanta Championships in VIllanova, Pa.

    Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati faces charges of battery and stalking for two incidents in Florida involving her ex-boyfriend, authorities said.

    Capriati, 36, intentionally touched or struck Ivan Brannan Jr. on Feb. 14, 2013, Assistant State Attorney David Aronberg wrote in a court document filed Tuesday.

    On Feb. 14 she allegedly punched Brannan, who is her ex-boyfriend, at a North Palm Beach gym, The Palm Beach Post reported.

    She also willfully, maliciously and repeatedly stalked Brannan from Feb. 16-Feb. 18, 2012, according to Aronberg.

    The couple broke up in February 2012, according to the Post.

    Both charges are misdemeanors.

    Capriati declined comment to the Post Thursday, and Brannan hung up on a reporter from the paper after she identified herself, the Post said. A Capriati spokeswoman has previously said that the allegations against her were an "overexaggeration" and denied them.

    Stay with us for updates.