Floyd Mayweather Pleads No Contest To Battery Charge
Money Mayweather is known for beating up people in the ring, but this week he got decision in his favor.
According to The Associated Press, 50 Cent's partner in crime plans to plead guilty to reduced misdemeanor charges in a plea deal resolving felony allegations that he battered his ex-girlfriend, court officials said Tuesday.
Money Mayweather will face $3,000 in fines and could be sentenced to between two days and 18 months in the Clark County jail after pleading Wednesday to one count of battery domestic violence and two harassment charges.
Mayweather, who seems to be a picking boy for frivolous lawsuits, also conceded to a victory over a dispute with his homeowner association's guard.
Mayweather's deal also includes him pleading no contest next week to misdemeanor battery and paying a $1,000 fine for poking a 21-year-old homeowner association security guard in the face during a November 2010 argument about parking tickets on vehicles outside the boxer's home in an exclusive, suburban Las Vegas community.