Floyd Mayweather's Neighbors Want Him Out Their Gated Community! (Security Officers Claim He Threatens Them When Asked For His ID)
Published on January 7, 2011
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) - It looks like Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is getting pounded by mounting legal troubles.
The boxing champ is now being sued by his Home Owner's Association, which alleges that the boxer's violent meltdowns have become a threat to his gated Las Vegas community and the people who work there.
2011 started off with more drama for Floyd Mayweather. The HOA for his exclusive Southern Highlands golf club community filed a civil complaint against him Tuesday.
This most recent case seems to stem from a long list of repeated confrontations between the professional fighter and the security guards on property.
According to the report, the community alleges that Mayweather has continuously engaged in hostile, harassing, and threatening behavior against certain employees, and has refused to provide his identification to gate officers.
When asked for comment the HOA responded, "There's no comment at this time. All this is being handled by Metro."
The HOA is now seeking an injunction for breach of contract against the high profile athlete.
It is requesting that the court order Mayweather to carry gate openers, show his identification to gain entry, remain in his car when driving up to the gate, and pay $10,000 as compensation for all damages caused by his behavior.
Mayweather currently faces a misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly poking a security officer in the face late last year. His attorney, as well as the law firm representing the community association, could not be reached for comment.