A California man is suing Floyd Mayweather, the legendary boxer. He is accused of directing a bodyguard in an assault nearly two years ago.
According to a recent report by TMZ, Mayweather is being sued by Eduardo Andres Torres Martinez of Los Angeles over an alleged incident that took place at the Yard House at L.A. Live located near Crypto.com Arena — formerly known as The Staples Center — on February 10, 2022.
The lawsuit claims that Martinez was filming ‘Money’ and his crew with a cellphone camera when the pugilist entered the restaurant. Martinez claims Mayweather spotted him filming with a cellphone camera and asked one of Mayweather’s bodyguards for assistance. The bodyguard then allegedly knocked Martinez down to the ground with an unspecified blow and began wrestling with him in an attempt to confiscate the cell phone, “Further injuries and damage,” according to an official complaint.
Martinez filed a report of battery shortly after the incident. But LAPD sources have allegedly said TMZ The story was contradicted by a witness.
Martinez is seeking unspecified “Damages for pain and suffering in the past, present, and future, including mental and physical…