Floyd Mayweather Jr. is back in the news today, as the biggest American star in boxing has been accused of assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly attempting to force a vehicle off the road in Las Vegas.
The accuser is Quincey Williams, who was the man in the car last year at the Crystal Palace Skating Center when a Mayweather associate opened fire on the vehicle. Williams has in the past accused Mayweather of ordering the shooting, and says that Mayweather had threatened him beforehand.
This time, Williams says Mayweather's Bentley did a U-turn and "tried to run him off the road." Williams says that Mayweather "feels like he's entitled to do whatever he wants and get away with it."
Mayweather has not been arrested, but police took the report. If it is found to be a valid accusation, Mayweather could be in more serious trouble than ever. He's currently out on bail on felony and misdemeanor charges of domestic violence, and recently was accused of misdemeanor battery by a security guard in his gated community.