Floyd Mayweather's Ex Accuses Him Of Theft - She Claims He Stole $3 Million In Jewelry From Her
Floyd Mayweather 's ex slams the man pretty hard with this latest accusation. Page Six just spilled the tea on a brand new subject that will definitely be making more headlines.
It seems that his ex-fiancee, Shantel Jackson claims that the famous boxer stole $3 million in jewelry from her after they broke up.
Page Six cites The Blast, and it seems that the latter was also able to obtain legal documents.
'Jackson claims Mayweather took a $2.5 million diamond ring, $250,000 10-carat diamond earrings, a $32,000 Chanel watch, a $100,000 diamond bracelet, a $20,000 diamond heart necklace and a $21,000 Louis Vuitton lock necklace,' according to Page Six.
The online publication continues and reports that the same woman claimed more items (which are reportedly listed without their value) were allegedly stolen.
These include a 'platinum MasterPiece Rolex watch with diamonds, a gold MasterPiece Rolex watch with diamonds, a diamond Rolex, a diamond cross necklace and a diamond cuff.'
In 2014, the woman was engaged to Mayweather, and before he broke things off with her, it has been reported that she hooked up with rapper Nelly and sued the fighter, accusing him of 'assault, battery, defamation, and invasion of privacy.'
Mayweather allegedly had released some personal data about her having an abortion on his social media.
Page Six also reports that Mayweather's rep has been quiet so far and the fighter denied all allegations back in 2014.
He counter-sued his ex-fiancee, not too long ago and he reportedly accused her of using his credit cards without his permission and stealing his cash.
She denied everything as well. Stay tuned for more info on this story.