Friday, July 17, 2020

Floyd Mayweather Wants Late Ex's $20 Million Lawsuit Dismissed

Before her untimely death from an accidental prescription drug overdose Josie Harris, the mother of three of Floyd Mayweather's children, filed a $20 million defamation of character lawsuit against him and was writing a tell-all book about about their tumultuous relationship, after he claimed she was on drugs and denied abusing her on national TV despite being convicted on domestic violence charges and spending 90 days in jail for assaulting her [click here and here if you missed that].

Floyd moves to have the lawsuit thrown out...
From The Blast
Due to her death, the lawsuit can only move forward if someone connected to Josie takes control of her estate and decides to continue on with the case. At the moment nobody has taken control of Josie’s estate and the case is in limbo.
In newly filed court documents, Floyd says the central issue of the case was whether Josie was on drugs. He claims she took street drugs but Josie always claimed they were prescribed. He claims to have sent over a list of questions he wanted an answer as part of the case. At the time of her death, Josie had yet to respond to Floyd’s questions.