Did Floyd Mayweather physically abuse his ex-fianceé Shantel Jackson, threaten to shoot her in the foot, and even pull a gun on her and ask her for the 17-carat diamond engagement ring that he gave to her back? Jackson—a.k.a. "Miss Jackson"—says he did all of those things. And a short time ago, she filed a lawsuit against Mayweather. She's suing him for assault, battery, defamation, invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment, and a number of other things.
Jackson claims that Mayweather first became violent with her in 2012, a short time after he was released from jail after serving a sentence for a domestic violence-related case. She also claims that Mayweather once threatened her with a gun during an argument in 2013 and asked her, "Which toe do you want me to shoot?" And at one point, she even claims that Mayweather demanded that she give her engagement ring back to him—at gunpoint.
No charges were ever filed against Mayweather after any of these alleged incidents. But Jackson read a statement alongside her lawyer Gloria Allred today to talk about the lawsuit that she filed and the claims that she's making against Mayweather. Watch the clip above to see what she had to say.
Mayweather is yet to respond to the lawsuit, but if you remember, he took to social media earlier this year and claimed that he broke up with Jackson after she had an abortion. We'll be sure to update you with more information on the lawsuit moving forward.
[via TMZ Sports]