Floyd Mayweather Jr. sued for allegedly not paying for Game 7 courtside seats
Here’s something you probably never thought you would hear — Floyd Mayweather Jr. skipped out on a bill. At least, that is what a lawsuit filed by entertainment company White Glove International is claiming.
TMZ reported on Tuesday that the lawsuit claims Mayweather hired White Glove on June 20th to purchase four tickets to Game 7 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs. The game took place that same day, and White Glove alleges that the four tickets cost $80,000 total. Mayweather supposedly has not paid the tab, so he is being sued for the $80,000 plus interest.
According to their website, White Glove International is a VIP lifestyle management firm that gives clients access to premium sporting events and concerts around the world. I’m guessing Mayweather deals with plenty of companies like it.
We are used to telling you about how Floyd only wears boxer shorts once and wears a treasure chest of jewelry around his neck, so hearing that he failed to pay an $80,000 bill — which would be like us skimping someone out of $5 — is a bit strange. Maybe The Money Team has beef with White Glove.