Floyd Mayweather Jr. could be facing up to 28 years in prison after being hit with several felony charges stemming from a domestic violence incident with his ex-girlfriend and baby mama, Josie Harris.
Almost a week after the alleged blowout on Sept. 9, TMZ reports that the Las Vegas based boxer has been charged with felony counts for robbery, coercion and grand larceny, in addition to misdemeanor charges of battery and three counts of harassment.
According to Harris, Mayweather not only beat her but threatened to kill her and made threats against his sons if they “called 911 and/or left the residence.”
Floyd is currently awaiting a Nov. 9 arraignment. This, just as Mayweather's rumored fiancée has been tweeting abou their pending engagement.