Capriati denies stalking ex-boyfriend

by: Matt Cronin | November 25, 2012

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Jennifer Capriati denies that she has been stalking her ex-boyfriend, former Florida State golfer Ivan Brannan. According to the South Florida publication Gossip Extra, Brannan claimed in court records that the former No. 1 called him “hundreds” of times at work and also attempted to crash the gate of his apartment complex.

Brannan filed 10 police complaints filed against Capriati this year, but she alleges that the police did not make any of the attempts at restraining orders official.

“He’s a real bad person, very dishonest,” Capriati told Gossip Extra. “One day I’m his girlfriend, the next we’re engaged and then it’s like I never existed. It took him eight months of our relationship to admit to me he had a child. Imagine that… I was just trying to talk to him because he wasn’t returning my calls. There’s no way police should’ve been called. I can’t believe I even have to discuss this! People like me are always the targets of men like him.”

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