One of boxer Floyd Mayweather's concubines is suing him for assault and battery. Floyd's ex-fiancee Shantel Jackson has retained the services of famed attorney Gloria Allred, who held a press conference today to announce the lawsuit.
Shantel met Floyd in 2006 when she was 21 years old and working as a hostess in Atlanta. Mayweather was smitten by the light skinned, long hair beauty and they subsequently became engaged after a whirlwind courtship. But their relationship quickly went south after the Dopamine faded. Jackson rebounded quickly with rapper Nelly.
In a classic bish move, Floyd aired out Jackson's dirty laundry on social media. Jackson is now filing a lawsuit for invasion of privacy, battery and assault among other charges.
Jackson released a detailed statement explaining why she's filing the lawsuit.
“There was a point in my relationship with Floyd that I thought we would be together forever. I loved him so much and I made sure that I took care of him the best I knew how.
I tried my best to make our relationship work by compromising and going to relationship counseling, but I finally realized that there was no hope and our relationship could not continue.
I loved Floyd deeply but he continued to disappoint and intentionally hurt me. I have been embarrassed and humiliated more than I can ever imagine by Floyd whom I once called my best friend and fiancé.
I have tried everything that I could and I have given Floyd every opportunity to do the right thing. Unfortunately, he has refused every opportunity to make things right. It is with a heavy heart that I finally realized that the only way to set the record straight to achieve justice for what he has done to me is through the filing of this lawsuit.” Source
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