Floyd Mayweather's homeowners association is sick and tired of him terrorizing the security officers in his subdivision so they're suing his ass.
Floyd has on ongoing bitter rivalry with the security officers in his subdivision and recently picked up a battery charge after jabbing one security officer in the face [click here if you missed that], and then got caught on tape raising holy hell with another officer after he had the audacity to ask Floyd for his identification before allowing him inside the gates [click here if you missed that]. Well, the homeowners association has had enough.
From Radar Online
The lawsuit alleges that since October 2010, Mayweather Jr. has “repeatedly engaged in hostile, harassing and threatening behavior 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.”
The lawsuit also claims that the boxer has refused to obtain a transponder to gain access to the community and has refused to place identification decals on his vehicles.
The injunction would require Mayweather Jr. to immediately place transponders in his vehicles, to display identification to security when entering the community, to remain inside the vehicle while at the entrance and to refrain from threatening and harassing security.
In addition, the Golf Club Community Association is seeking at least $10,000 in compensatory damages and is requesting Mayweather Jr. pay for all attorney costs and fees.