Mayweather's legal woes get worse
MANILA, Philippines – Another case has been added to Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s legal woes after he was charged with misdemeanor harassment for reportedly threatening to have two security officers shot over ticket citations.
According to a criminal complaint reported by celebrity website TMZ.com, the boxer allegedly threatened security officers in October 2010 when they issued citations on Mayweather’s cars parked outside his mansion in Las Vegas.
"My homies have guns. If you want me to call them, they'd come over here and take care of you," Mayweather was quoted as having said.
"These are my (expletive) cars. Don't touch my (expletive) cars," he allegedly said.
The episode reportedly took place before Mayweather’s face-poking incident last year, which also involved a security guard.
Mayweather was charged with criminal battery for poking at the cheekbone of the security guard also for ticket citations.
The boxer also has a pending domestic battery case for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris.