Floyd Mayweather, Jr. may be an undefeated boxer, however, he was hit several times last Thursday with an additional felony charges on top of the domestic violence case that already had him face a theft charge.
District Attorney David Roger of Clark County added more to the list of charges by alleging that the boxer had threatened the life of his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris, as well as hit her and even threatened to beat their two children during an argument that ensued in their home a week or so ago.
Mayweather is one of the most recognizable figures in boxing. He boasts of having a 41-0 record along with 25 knockouts. Also known as “Money,” Mayweather just came off a fight in May where he earned $20 million after he defeated Shane Mosley.
After the first charges, Mayweather was able to go free after posting $3,000 bail with a pending arraignment that is scheduled on November 9.
However, with the new felony charges for coercion, robbery, and misdemeanor domestic battery, plus three misdemeanor harassment charges, things look a bit glum for the boxer.
Overall eight charges are about to hit Mayweather, where he could face a 34 year sentence if convicted.
In addition to his current charges, Mayweather also received a bit of heat after releasing a video earlier this month that was laced with expletives and racial rants aimed at fellow boxer, Manny Pacquiao.