LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Floyd Mayweather’s trial for misdemeanor battery charges over allegedly assaulting a security guard has been moved to September 1.
Prosecutors claim Mayweather poked his condominium’s security guard in the face several times last November after receiving tickets for illegal parking.
The latest postponement is the third in the last five months. A Las Vegas judge also moved the dates in January and March at the request of Mayweather’s attorneys, who asked for the additional time to gather more evidence.
If found guilty, Floyd Mayweather faces a $1000 fine and six months in jail.
This Thursday (April 28), Mayweather will be in court to answer domestic violence charges for allegedly assaulting former girlfriend Josie Harris last September.