Elusive boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been hit with eight charges stemming from an alleged violent domestic dispute with his ex-girlfriend.
The boxer who was arrested last week after he was allegedly threatened, punched and pulled the hair of his ex, Josie Harris, now faces two felony counts of coercion, one felony robbery count, one grand larceny count and misdemeanor counts of battery domestic violence and harassment.
The complaint states Mayweather was at Harris’ home to visit his children and drop off some “tooth fairy” money for one of his children when a fierce argument erupted between the two climaxing with the undefeated boxer allegedly telling Harris he’d make her boyfriend “disappear.”
Mayweather is due to appear for an initial appearance at Las Vegas Justice Court Nov. 9. The same week his rival Manny Pacquiao will fight Antonio Margarito in a Nov. 13 junior-middleweight bout in Texas.