Boxer Mayweather filmed verbally abusing security guard at Vegas homeBy ANI
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
LAS VEGAS - Police are investigating claims that boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. verbally abused and attacked a security guard at his Las Vegas home after the guard refused to let him into the gated community.
TMZ, which posted the footage on its site, said Mayweather became angry when asked for ID as he drove up to the guarded entrance at four in the morning on December 19.
He was filmed shouting, “Let me in my motherf*cking house. You know who I am, man … let me in my house. Stop giving me a hard time,” the New York Post reports.
Mayweather then made reference to the separate claims against him, which saw him briefly jailed two nights earlier after his arrest for a misdemeanor related to the ongoing battery case.
He told the guard, “I had a problem here before when the security lied and said I touched him and I didn’t.”
TMZ reported that the boxer then exited the vehicle, went into the guard hut and opened the gate himself.
The 33-year-old was accused of poking a 21-year-old security guard in the face November 15 during a dispute over parking permits.
In addition to the battery charge, Mayweather previously posted bail after being arrested on felony charges in September following a dispute with his children and their mother. (ANI)