Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather is suspected of having two of his employees kidnapped and savagely beaten by his entourage. Mayweather allegedly organized the beating after suspecting that the two stole jewelry from him, TMZ reported.
The two men were hired by the boxer to work in his Vegas homes. However, when some of his jewelry went missing, he immediately assumed that his two employees were the culprits.
Sources who have knowledge of the incident came forward and claimed that the two men were called and instructed to meet their employer in an off-site location. Upon reaching their destination, they saw Floyd and his "people" waiting for them.
Mayweather then ordered the group to beat the two using various objects which included clubs. The attack on the two men was so vicious that they had to be hospitalized for several days. They suffered broken arms and legs, and sources say the victims almost died because of the injuries they received from the incident.
The men maintained that they never took anything from the boxer's home, which Floyd is beginning to realize only now, unfortunately. The unnamed victims have reportedly hired a lawyer and are intending to sue Mayweather for attempted murder, mayhem, and kidnapping, according to IB Times.
This isn't the first time "Money" was involved in a violent incident outside the ring. In December of last year, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 100 hours of community service after being charged with domestic violence for beating his former girlfriend in September of 2010.
He was also charged with two counts of coercion for threatening to hit his children if they called 911 or left the house, according to Las Vegas Sun. In 2010, his bodyguard was arrested after he shot a man who had an altercation with Floyd.