Floyd Mayweather Allegedly Involved In Kidnapping And Beating
Floyd Mayweather is known for being the greatest fighter on the planet. Now, however he might also end up being known as a world class thug. According to TMZ are picked up by numerous sources, Floyd is reported to have been involved in an absolutely viscous kidnapping and beating attack.
If the reports are accurate, the two victims were employees of Mayweather’s who did work on the famed boxer’s home. Lo and behold, jewelry went missing and Floyd reportedly believed the two men were responsible.
Now, if what is being spread around is to be believed, the two men were directed to meet with the famous boxer. When the two men arrived, however, they were reportedly met by Floyd and several goons – goons who subsequently got to work.
In the end, both men men reportedly ended up battered and hospitalized – with broken arms and legs. Now the men reportedly have a lawyer and Floyd might be in some real hot water. Marcos Maidana may well be the least of the man’s problems right now.
The most important thing for fans to keep in mind, however, is the fact that this ghoulish story has not been proven to be true or false. For the moment, at least, the story is just that, a story. That’s why the word “reportedly” has been employed so much throughout this article.
Floyd has not, I repeat, has NOT, been named a suspect by police. Truth be told, I believe law enforcement has not commented on these allegations at all – at least not at the moment. If this frightening story is proven to be true, however, well, bye-bye Floyd. Everyone has to keep in mind, though, that in America, people are innocent until proven guilty.
As for Floyd, there have been no comments from his camp regarding this extremely serious matter. This is simply a case of wait and see.
Original Source: http://www.tmz.com/2014/03/12/floyd-mayweather-kidnapping-brutal-beating-suspected-jewelry-heist/
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