The jeweler suing Floyd Mayweather for almost half a million dollars was finally able to serve him with court documents by having someone stake out his mansion and give their papers to his “girlfriend,” Radar reports.
Eric & Co Trading wants $389,550 plus attorney fees from him, saying he let him take some items from their pop-up shop with the promise he’d pay later. But they claim he never coughed up the dough.
Mayweather allegedly took several Cartier diamond bracelets, a $34,000 diamond necklace, three sizeable white gold pieces, a $20,000 diamond/emerald cut butterfly necklace, a diamond tennis necklace, and a $42,000 diamond ring.
The company hired a process served to stake out Floyd’s place in Florida for a few days. His first attempt at knocking on the door went unanswered, but on November 6, he was able to serve the papers to a woman who opened the door. She is unnamed in documents but referred to as a 32-year-old “possibl[e] girlfriend” with dark hair and eyes.
Clique, who do you think this mystery girl is?