On Sunday’s “Outside the Lines” on ESPN, a report was done on boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and his history of domestic violence with women and ex-fiancé and one of the victims in Mayweather domestic violence history Shantel Jackson’s attorney Gloria Allred reacted to Mayweather getting his boxing license in Nevada for the upcoming fight.
According Allred, Mayweather may have his license for boxing, but at some point Mayweather needs to be punished for his acts, instead of going unpunished by his sport because of who he is.
“I don’t have any confidence that the boxing commission will be the court of last resort or due justice for victims.”
She later stated, “He may have a boxing license; he does not have a license to hurt women. He doesn’t get a pass; he doesn’t get an exception because he is Floyd Mayweather, Jr.”
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