A luxury jeweler has filed a lawsuit against Floyd Mayweather after he allegedly failed to return items he’d been given to wear for his fight against Logan Paul.
Eric & Co Trading Group filed a federal suit against the boxer claiming he owes them almost $400,000 for the jewellery, which he obtained from a pop-up store in Miami ahead of the exhibition bout in June.
Court filings list the items as including a $34,000 diamond necklace, an ‘iced out necklace’ worth $12,000, as well as several gold Cartier bracelets and a number of watches. The total value of the missing jewellery is a whopping $389,550. In total, Mayweather was alleged to have taken 30 items on the understanding that he’d pay for them at a later date, per Radar.
In the lawsuit, the company says that while customers are ordinarily required to pay a deposit on items, Mayweather was told he could wear the jewellery without paying anything up front because he had a prior relationship with the Group.