Floyd Mayweather Jr. To Stand Trial On Harassment Charges

Wednesday October 26th, 2011

Floyd Mayweather Jr. will stand trial Wednesday on misdemeanor charges, ESPN.com reports. Mayweather is being charged with allegedly threatening two homeowner association security guards in October of 2010 in front of his own home.

Mayweather could face up to a year in jail and $2,000 fines if found guilty of both charges against him. The welterweight champion has pleaded not guilty. Aaron Ryan and Michael Burgos claim that Mayweather threatened them after they ticketed several of his vehicles parked near his house. The cars were reportedly parked  in a way that violated the homeowner associations rules.

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