Friday, January 07, 2011

Vegas HOA takes Floyd Mayweather to court

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (AFP) — Unbeaten boxer Floyd Mayweather has been threatening employees of the homeowners association in the development where he lives, according to officials who have gone to court to stop him.

A complaint by Southern Highlands Estates in Clark District Court seeks $10,000 in damages and an injunction to limit contact between Mayweather and employees of the gated community south of the glitzy Las Vegas Strip.

Mayweather, 33, already faces misdemeanor battery charges from a December 16 incident in which he allegedly poked a security guard in the face outside his home over complaints about parking.

Read story here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Since HOAs are very local and small, participants are often neighbors and hence have incentive to settle disagreements in a civil manner."

-The Independence Institute
"Free-Market Alternatives To Zoning"
February 28, 2009