An HOA (Home Owner Association) representing Las Vegas’ Southern Highlands neighborhood has filed a civil complaint against Floyd Mayweather, arguing the boxer has become a “threat” to the community.
The suit was filed last Tuesday (January 4). The case was prompted after Mayweather had a second confrontation with a community security guard late last month. After being asked to show his ID per community protocol, Mayweather berated the guard and demanded entry. In November, Mayweather allegedly poked another guard in the face several times over receiving tickets for illegally parked vehicles. That confrontation resulted in the boxer being charged with misdemeanor battery.
The Southern Highlands HOA has requested a court-ordered injunction for Floyd Mayweather to carry a gate opener, remain in his vehicle at all gate stops, and pay $10,000 in damages.
At press time, Floyd Mayweather has not commented on this lawsuit.
On January 24, Mayweather will be in court to answer several felony counts for allegedly attacking Josie Harris, the mother of his two sons.