*Floyd Mayweather, known emotional and physical abuser of the women he purportedly loves, is being sued by former fiancée, Shantel Jackson, for assault, battery, defamation, invasion of privacy and harassment, and new court docs provide a disturbing look into their dysfunctional relationship.
TMZ obtained the court docs in which Jackson alleges that in 2014, Mayweather proposed to her via text, promised to upgrade her to a Hollywood lifestyle (if she adjusted her attitude), and threatened to leak embarrassing information about her onto the Internet.
She provided text messages of Mayweather’s proposal.
“This is what I offer to you. Let’s get married move in together you can go back in forth to L.A and stay at the condo.”
“I promise I will get you in 3 A list movies this year and I’m willing to go to counseling to make us work and you can get the stuff you want and I’m willing to change but I need you to have a better attitude.”
According to Shantel, she declined the proposal. She went on to provide messages sent by the boxer in 2013 to explain why she felt it was a bad move to marry him.
“I had your phone traced. I hired a detective. Your not slick.”
“I got nasty videos too that I can put on Instagram and twitter”
“I took you from rags to riches now you back to rags b-tch. that’s why your out selling sh-t going on petty a– auditions fronting to people like your doing big sh-t.”
The reality star also alleges that Floyd snapped after she was photographed last year with current boyfriend Nelly. She explains in court documents: “[Floyd] threatened that if I didn’t take down the photo of me and Nelly, he would post ‘naked photos’ of me on social media.”
Read the rest of the text messages here.
While Mayweather never made good on his threat to post nude photos of Jackson, he did embarrass her in 2014 when he posted a photo on Facebook of Jackson’s sonogram and revealed she had an abortion, citing it as the “real reason” for their breakup.
Floyd is also facing a $20 million lawsuit filed by ex, Josie Harris, mother of his two children. Her suit stems from Mayweather’s April 14 interview with Katie Couric, in which he said that during his brutal attack on her – in front of their children in 2010, for which he served two months in prison – he didn’t really punch, kick, stomp and threaten to kill her – he was merely “restraining a woman on drugs.”
Harris filed suit in Los Angeles County in May, claiming defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress.