Mayweather Accused Of Killing ‘Twin Babies’’, Ex Fiancee Sues

Ex girlfriend Shantel Jackson sues for assault, battery, defamation, invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress amongst others

Barely two weeks after the boxer was taunted by 50 Cent, followed by those of Nelly and Manny Pacquiao, Mayweather seems to have landed in hot waters. If the allegations are true

Mayweather 37, has been sued by ex-girlfriend Shantel Jackson, scoops into the charge sheet reveal that the Money man as he is fondly called is accused of violence, domestic abuse and second degree murder

According to , the ex-fiancee, Jackson claims 'Floyd violently abused her back in 2012, after he got off a correctional centre for domestic abuse against another woman'

Another count claims In an argument.

Ms. Jackson claims Mayweather again abused her in April 2013, he

She also claims 'he demanded her to remove her 17 carat diamond engagement ring at gunpoint' and that Mayweather 'invaded her privacy when he posted photos of her sonogram on social media' -- and claimed the reason they broke up is because she

Ms Shantel further added in her suit that 'Mayweather attacked her again in Feb 2014 as she tried leaving the boxer’s Condo in Los Angeles'

She's suing for 'assault, battery, defamation, invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment and more.

Jackson said she met Mayweather when she was a 21-year-old hostess in Atlanta in 2006 and later moved in with him in Las Vegas.

They broke up on May I, 2014 on Mayweather's Instagram and Facebook account

Shantel Jackson is dating American rapper Nelly!


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