Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a multimillionaire, and a world champion boxer, but on Friday morning he will become an inmate in the Clark County Detention Center. Mayweather will spend up to the next 87 days behind bars after pleading guilty in December to misdemeanor domestic violence charges.
Mayweather will spend at least the next two months in a six-foot by 10-foot jail cell at the detention center in downtown Las Vegas. The man who refers to himself as “Money” was facing 34 years on a variety of felony charges, but the plea agreement saved him from that kind of jail term.
Richard Wright – the fighter’s attorney – claims he thinks the sentence will be reduced to around two months when good behavior is factored in. Regardless of the length of his stay behind bars, Mayweather needs to take it seriously.
The charges stemmed from a 2010 incident during which Mayweather allegedly assaulted Josie Harris, the mother of three of his children. The police report from that night claimed that M...