By Mark Vester
The Floyd Mayweather Jr. saga continues. According to the Las Vegas Sun, Southern Highlands Estates is seeking an injunction to force Mayweather to abide by their community rules. They are looking to prohibit him from continuing a “hostile and hazardous course of conduct” toward employees, according to a District Court complaint. The legal papers were filed on Tuesday afternoon in Clark County District Court. The community seeks at least $10,000 in compensatory damages.
The lawsuit alleges that Mayweather has “repeatedly engaged in hostile, harassing and threatening behavior toward and against certain employees and security personnel employees...including but not limited to, threatening the life of a patrol officer, physically accosting a security officer, refusing to provide identity to gate officers” since October 2010.
The paper also claim that Mayweather refused to obtain a transponder to gain access to the community and has refused to place identification decals on his vehicles.
Mayweather was arrested on December 16 on a misdemeanor battery count stemming from a November 15 confrontation over parking tickets. The charges claim that Mayweather poked a security guard in the face during a verbal dispute over the tickets.