Floyd Mayweather Gets Robbed in Las Vegas
By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent
Las Vegas, NV (March 1st, 2017)– Nobody stays undefeated forever, and now, at age 40, Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s record has fallen to 49-1. While in Los Angeles celebrating his 40th birthday, Floyd’s home in a gated community on a golf course in Las Vegas, Nevada, got cased. The total burglary haul is rumored to have been worth at least 150 thousand dollars in valuables.
Entry was apparently gained into Floyd’s residence through an office door in the rear of the house. Mayweather was out of town in downtown LA, enjoying an Oscars inspired birthday gala on Saturday in his honor. On Sunday, Floyd enjoyed a roller skating birthday party. The burglars, simultaneously, had their own ‘party’, casing Floyd’s home for valuable items and other goodies.
The actual police inventory list of Floyd’s stolen items has not been publicly released. The total value of Floyd’s missing valuables, and the resulting home and property damage by the thieves, has not been completely determined. While Floyd and his prospects were on ShoBox: The Next Generation this past Friday night, there were apparently no robberies there as there was at Floyd’s residence. Apparently nobody was home so nobody was hurt.
Floyd’s Las Vegas home was robbed of seven million dollars in jewelry in 2008, in a caper similar in style to the robbery of 400 thousand dollars in jewelry being to opera star Enrico Caruso and his wife in 1920 at The Creeks in the Hamptons.