Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Floyd Mayweather Jr. To Spend 60 Days or Less In Prison???


Floyd Mayweather Jr. was recently sentenced to 90-days in prison for "sparring" with his girlfriend. Mayweather Jr. plead guilty to battery domestic violence and harassment charges related to an incident in 2010 where he attacked his ex-girlfriend, who is also the mother of his kids. Rumor had it that Mayweather could have been sentenced to up to 34 years in prison for attacking his ex-girlfriend, but Mayweather worked out a plea deal and was given a softer sentence. Reports have also surfaced of Maywether only having to serve 60 days or less of the original 90 day sentence. Detention officer Bill Cassell said:

“Good behavior and work time could knock up to 30 days off Mayweather’s sentence.”

On top of his 90-day sentence, Mayweather will also have to complete 100 hours of community service and attend a 12-month domestic violence program. Mayweather Jr. was expected to have a Cinco De Mayo fight Manny Pacquiao in 2012, but with at least two months in prison, it doesn’t look like Mayweather Jr. will be able to prepare for the fight. According reports, Mayweather has only been approved to workout one day a week. 

6 comments:

  1. Damn Floyd you cant be hitting on a female like that!!! Cmon son

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  2. They needed to lock floyd up for this. I dont condone hitting on females

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  3. A professional boxer hitting women oh no!!! Lock him up

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  4. Maybe the bitch provoked him you women sure know how to jam a brother

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  5. Yea these chicks know how to push a dudes buttons but there is still no place to hit a woman... period!!!

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  6. The Money Team! I bet you he apologize

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