Posted On:11/24/2010 3:42pm
Style: Karate, BJJ
Reported by TMZ:
11/24/2010 10:40 AM PST by TMZ Staff
Floyd Mayweather is being accused of assault with a deadly weapon -- this time the boxer allegedly tried to run a former employee off the road in Las Vegas ... according to law enforcement sources.
Sources confirm Quincey Williams filed a police report on Monday -- claiming Mayweather banged a u-turn in his Bentley and then "tried to run him off the road."
We're told police haven't spoken to Floyd yet about the alleged incident.
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports one of Floyd's pals -- Ocie Harris -- was indicted for the attempted murder of Williams back in 2009.
Floyd is also accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend ... he'll be back in court in January for that case.
Posted On:11/24/2010 4:34pm
Style: Short Fist Boxing
How much **** can he get in before they deny his bail?
" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
Posted On:1/09/2011 6:14pm
So apparently 'Money' thinks he is such a hotshot he shouldn't have to show his ID when coming and going from the gated community he chose to live in. Heck, he shouldn't even have to put his ID sticker on his car like everyone else. I mean, this is FLOYD MAYWEATHER ladies and gentlemen..he doesn't have to follow the rules like everyone else.
I hope this selfish, arrogant prick finally gets sent to jail where he belongs.
:Vegas homeowner association seeks injunction against Floyd Mayweather
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas homeowner association wants a judge to force Floyd Mayweather Jr. to follow its rules and to order the boxing champion to stop threatening its employees.
Southern Highlands Estates filed a complaint Tuesday in Clark County District Court seeking US$10,000 in damages and an injunction against the 33-year-old Mayweather.
Mayweather bought a more than 12,000-square-foot home for US$9.5 million in the gated community about 16 kilometres south of the Las Vegas Strip in May 2009.
The Las Vegas Sun reports the injunction would require Mayweather to stay inside his vehicle, show identification and refrain from threatening and harassing security at the community entrance.
Mayweather was arrested Dec. 16 on a misdemeanour battery complaint for allegedly poking a security guard in the face outside his home. Mayweather's lawyers have denied wrongdoing on his behalf.
The lawsuit alleges that Mayweather has "repeatedly engaged in hostile, harassing and threatening behaviour toward and against certain employees and security personnel employees...including but not limited to, threatening the life of a patrol officer, physically accosting a security officer, refusing to provide identity to gate officers" since October.
The suit also alleges that Mayweather refused to obtain a transponder to gain access to the community and has refused to place identification decals on his vehicles.
Mayweather, who goes by the nickname "Money," is one of the world's richest and most recognizable boxers, with 25 knockouts in his 41 wins. He earned more than $20 million in May from a single fight in Las Vegas against (Sugar) Shane Mosley.
He has been hounded in recent years by allegations of violence and confrontations at home and at Las Vegas clubs.
Mayweather has misdemeanour battery and assault convictions in Las Vegas and his hometown of Grand Rapids, Mich., and is facing a felony coercion, grand larceny and robbery case stemming from a September dispute with his children and their mother at her home.
He faces trial Jan. 24 in that case and could face up to 34 years in prison if convicted.
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