Legal Troubles: Floyd Mayweather Sued By Ex-Fiance

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Will the undefeated boxer, Floyd Mayweather, be able to beat this case?

While Mayweather is gearing up for his next fight, his ex-fiance, Shantel Jackson, is preparing for a fight of her own. Jackson is going head to head with her ex-beau claiming he physically abused her, embarrassed her in front of the world, and robbed her at gun point.
Gloria Allred, Jackson’s lawyer, held a press conference today to announce the lawsuit against “Money Mayweather”.

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Gloria Allred: “We filed a lawsuit against him today alleging invasion of privacy, battery, assault, defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, civil harassment, false imprisonment. We are seeking general, compensatory and punitive damages against Mr. Mayweather in an amount according to proof at trial.”

Jackson is also seeking legal action to basically prevent Mayweather from bothering her ever again.

Jackson’s allegations of Mayweather’s physical abuse is no shocker as it is known by many that Mayweather has gotten into physical altercations with past girlfriends.

Watch the official press conference below:

Will Mayweather be able to bob and weave out of this match? We’ll just have to wait and see.

6 thoughts on “Legal Troubles: Floyd Mayweather Sued By Ex-Fiance

  1. She should have done this a long time ago. He had no business leaking her medical information for the world. That's an invasion of HIPPA, Privacy Act, etc.. I hope she wins! Maybe he needs to learn lesson in humility

  2. Just heard from my Shantel source that she is not doing this for the money, but for the principle… Floyd is still actively trying to bully her by making sure that she does not receive payments on things that they own “together”, whatever that means. I don't think that they should have went the Hollywood press release route, but Floyd is taunting her because of all the materials that “she” left behind. Well, those items were gifts, so why not beat the midget at his own game? Money is the most important thing to Floyd, so if he is going to continue to bully somebody, why not hit him where it hurts, in those pockets!

  3. She claims that while she was working in Los Angeles, Mayweather called her and asked for the security code to her home. When she returned, she says, she found that the boxer had stolen “substantially all of her expensive clothing, accessories and personal items.”
    She claims that “Mr. Mayweather told her that he had removed her property from the residence as a test to see how important these possessions were to her.”
    After Mayweather promised, falsely, to go to counseling, Jackson says, she put what was left into storage in Glendale, Calif., and moved to Los Angeles “for a fresh start.”
    But Mayweather lured her back with promises to reform, Jackson says, and after it became clear that he “had not turned over a new leaf,” he “bent her arm, restrained her, and pointed a gun (which happened to be the plaintiff's own licensed weapon) at her foot, asking: 'Which toe do you want me to shoot?' With the gun still pointed at Ms. Jackson, Mayweather said that he would not allow her leave. While forcibly restraining her, he removed her diamond ring from her finger (which he told her had been appraised at $2.5 million) and also took her earrings and other jewelry that she had been wearing,” Jackson says in the lawsuit.
    It continues: “The same evening that he took her jewelry Mr. Mayweather directed one of his agents to remove large amounts of her personal property, consisting of clothes, shoes, purses, credit cards, identification and cellular telephones from Ms. Jackson and placed them at a location unknown to her.
    “For a period of time after he removed Ms. Jackson's personal property, Mr. Mayweather kept her virtually a prisoner in his home. He maintained surveillance. She could only leave the house if she was accompanied by one of his employees.
    “In June of 2013, Mr. Mayweather was out of town and Ms. Jackson used that opportunity to leave Las Vegas and move back to California.”
    When she returned to California, Jackson says, she found that her storage locker had been burglarized, and that more than $1 million worth of stuff had been stolen from it.
    “Mr. Mayweather subsequently confessed to Ms. Jackson that he had arranged for the removal of her personal items from the Glendale storage units, and that he had personal possession of the bags, clothing and shoes that had been removed and he would give them back to her if she came back to him,” Jackson says.

  4. Yeah baby! She's about to ride that money train ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK!! That's good for his ignorantly illerate arrogant azz!! #TeamMs.Jackson

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