Boxer Floyd Mayweather may be heading back to jail and this time it could possibly be for a long time.

TMZ reports:

Floyd Mayweather allegedly orchestrated a savage attack on two of his employees he suspected of stealing his jewelry … TMZ has learned.

Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ Sports … the two men had been hired to work on Floyd’s Vegas homes … but when jewelry went missing, Floyd pointed the finger at them.

We’re told the men claim they were contacted several weeks ago and instructed to meet Floyd at an off-site location.

When the men arrived, they claim Floyd was waiting for them — along with a number of his “people” —  who proceeded to beat the living crap out of them with various weapons, including clubs.

Our sources say the attack was so brutal the men could have easily died.  Both men had broken arms and legs and were hospitalized for several days.

One source put it this way, “It was some ‘Breaking Bad’ s**t.”

We’re told the men are adamant they never took anything from Floyd and it appears Floyd realizes that now.  But here’s the problem for the champ — sources familiar with the situation say the attack amounts to attempted murder, mayhem and kidnapping.  We’re told the men have retained a lawyer.

According to the tabloid site, Mayweather’s camp has not responded to the allegations.

8 thoughts on “Floyd Mayweather Allegedly Involved in Kidnapping & Brutal Beating

  1. cont. however from reading your initial response in particular where you stated if in fact the employees did steal from Mayweather then they certainly deserve what they get because you do not tolerate thieves, I could not help but arrive at the conclusion that you supported this form of “street justice”. That is what I was refering to in my initial commentary. That is where I differ from your perspective. That is the “ghetto” mentality that I was alluding to. Meaning mayweather. Of course this is all supposition because we do not know as of yet if this course of events actually took place. If they did then this just is sadly another dart that fair or unfairly is tossed into the image of young african american males. Cheers my friend.

  2. cont. because in their view this is acceptable. For many years the young black male has been stigmatized sadly by the perception that they lack ambition, father countless children at an alarming rate out of wedlock and are always looking for the fast route to the “Life”, meaning dollars and success. While I personally feel that this is not altogether the case still there is a significant number of these cases that cannot be ignored. The black community is very diverse and there are brilliant promising young black americans who have a lot to offer society in terms of the medical field,business,journalism,science, the medical field,etc.. It is way over due that these proper examples of what black americans can accomplish be celebrated on a consistent basis as opposed to the negative example set by buffoonish individuals as Mayweather. The black community has suffered enough already from negative perceptions perpetrated by a handfull and growing of young men who think the “Gangsta” life is the way to go.If I offended you sir then you have my sincerest apologies. It was not my intention

  3. First and foremost if this is in fact true then it shows that junior has not changed at all from the ignorant,self indulgent and obnoxious person that has been reprimended for various infractions over the years. Secondly, for anyone to condone this act of true stupidity just reinforces that all too real perception that this generation of young black males leaves a quite a lot to desire in terms of making the right decisions in whom they choose to support and where their value system is rooted.This fellow duece who responded in support of junior and his possible actions of ghetto rooted ignorance serves only to underscore a sad commentary on the watered down mentality of the hip hop culture that identifies with Mayweather.

    • Deuce on said:

      First of all Curtis, this fellow Deuce has simply given Mr. Mayweather the same presumption of innocence that White men get. After all, NONE of us witnessed what “actually” happened. Celebrities (irrespective of race) get lots of frivolous lawsuits lodged at them. Hoping that they’ll just “settle” ($$$$) the case & make it go away. Sheer extortion! I’m not suggesting that he’s some “angel”, but neither are you or I. To err is human. Like the rest of us, he WILL make some bad decisions at some point in life. Miss me with that “holier than thou” bulls_ _ _ ! Secondly, my respect for MONEY MAY is solely limited to his superb boxing skills. Period. I’m not concerned about his “personal life” (outside of the ring). Who the hell am I to judge him? How would ANY of us measure up to a microscope focused on every facet of our “entire” life? Not very well ……that’s how! There’s not a human on this planet that hasn’t made some bad choices that they would later regret. Perhaps, not the same exact error as this guy, but something. A mistake is a mistake. I’m not into the particular gradations of some silly “mine not as bad as yours” crap. I think that you infused your own perspective in what you read. I didn’t support his ALLEGED actions. Rather, I just spoke to how I believe that he would have arrived at them. Also, you spoke to a “ghetto” factor. Trust me, most of us live much closer to a ghetto existence than his life of luxury. By the way, they existed long before he was even born. Ghettos originated in Italy to describe Jewish areas at the time. Further, most people are familiar with the “Jewish ghettos” in the Nazi-occupied parts of Europe back then. Those were White folks in the “ghetto”. It’s not in any way exclusive to Blacks or “hip hop” as you say. Ghettos have been in existence all over the world for quite a long time. Remember the Asian Shanghai Ghettos from World History/Geography classes in school? Besides, bad behavior is not synonymous with “ghettos”. Lots of crime in the suburbs, too. Except those “thugs” wear nice designer suits in an office setting while they abuse folks far worse. They beat folks down with the stroke of a pen. Poof …….there goes your job, pension, now foreclosed upon home, etc. Now that’s REAL “gangsta’ ” !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Deuce good day sir. I am well aware of the various ghettos that existed over the decades from various ethnic groups.Particularly the jewish ghettos that were all too prevalent in europe during Nazi occupation. That is history.We are now in the present. I use the word Ghetto in terms of the “mentality” exuded not by only Mr. Mayweather by way too many of the hip hop culture who look up to certain negative behavioral characteristics that public figures such as Mayweather celebrate. Hip Hop culture is not relegated to one racial group.Latinos and a considreable percentage of young white kids are included in this culture. However a dispropotionate number of young black males look up to this kind of behavior and have the disturbing tendency to rationalize it because in their view

  4. Deuce on said:

    Sounds like MONEY MAY went “street” on them !!! The problem is that you’re worth hundreds of MILLIONS now Champ. You have to handle things like your fellow “big boys” ($$$$) which is LEGALLY (in the courts). First of all, everyone knows he wears nice jewelry. We’ve all seen the mansions, luxury cars, nice clothing, etc. So, if you have strangers working on one of your homes while you’re away ………utilize a safe. You shouldn’t have to in your own home, as no one that you employ has a right to steal your property. However, just be on the safe side & use some common sense. They probably pull up everyday in some crappy P/U truck ……..parking next to your Ferrari, Bentley, etc. They glance over at the sparkling pool while working in the hot sun ………and say “why not”? Like most boxers, Floyd knows the streets and exacted some “street justice”. It’s a matter of principle at that point. Don’t you dare steal from ME !!! Floyd makes tens of MILLIONS whenever he steps into the ring (over $40 million on last fight alone). The dude also cleans up ($$$$) on pay-per-view %’s, endorsements, etc. He could easily replace stolen jewelry in seconds, so this was about PRINCIPLE to him. Besides, I’ve seen his very nice jewelry collection. Diamonds galore ……..blinding you with all of that glitter. I’m sure his CPA has it all “insured”. Floyd just wanted to let it be known that there ARE consequences if you violate him in any way whatsoever. On the other hand, if these guys did not steal his stuff, they should get justice too. If they did rob the Champ ……..so be it. I have NO sympathy for THIEVES. Good luck Champ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. luvrmantony@yahoo.com on said:

    If this is true, then he is an idiot and needs to go to jail for a very long time. Your a multi millionaire, you made upwards of 40 million plus in your last fight and you do this.

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