Floyd Mayweather Sued for $20 Million by Baby Mother

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Floyd can't even get a chance to enjoy his winnings, it hasn't even been a week since Floyd “Money” Mayweather saw the biggest payday in boxing, earning a reported $130 million – and he's already being sued for money.

The timing is too perfect, right?

Floyd Mayweather might be heading back to court since his baby mother is suing him for $20 million.

Josie Harris is the same woman the undefeated champ beat up in 2010. Following the infamous incident, he spent two months in jail after being convicted and given a 90-day sentence.

Josie Harris is the same woman the undefeated champ beat up in 2010. Following the infamous incident, he spent two months in jail after being convicted and given a 90-day sentence. Fast forward several years, Floyd tried to justify his actions in an interview he had with Katie Couric two weeks before the match with Pacquiao and claimed his ex-girlfriend was a drug addict and all he tried to do was to restrain her.

Did I kick, stomp and beat someone? No, that didn’t happen. I look in your face and say, ‘No, that didn’t happen,’” Mayweather said. “Did I restrain a woman that was on drugs? Yes, I did. So if they say that’s domestic violence, then, you know what? I’m guilty. I’m guilty of restraining a person.”

After Mayweather labeled her a drug addict, Josie is now clapping back, suing her baby father for more than $20 million. Her lawyer, Dan Friedlander, wrote in the lawsuit Mayweather used the sit-down as a way to promote his upcoming fight and “to avoid bad press by deflecting responsibility for beating the mother of his children.” We remind you that only a day before the fight the handwritten report in which his then 10-year-old son Koruan describes what he saw at 4 am on September 9th, 2010 leaked on the web (page 1 and page 2).

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