He's probably a little stressed out today!
Beverly Hills Police have reported that Floyd Mayweather's home has been burglarized while he was away. The report stated that the theft was announced to the police Tuesday and occurred sometime between November 21 and the time of the reporting. Among the items stolen from the home were sunglasses, luggage, and other accessories.
"No suspect information is available and the suspect(s) remain outstanding," Beverly Hills police spokesperson Elisabeth Albanese said in a statement. "Because this is an active investigation, no additional details are available for release at this time."
This isn't the first athlete to be targeted in the Los Angeles area in recent weeks. Yasiel Puig has his Encino home robbed during game seven of The World Series. Nick Young of the Golden State Warriors had his safe with $500,000 in valuables stolen from his Tarzana home in March, and NBA coach/former player Derek Fisher had $300,000 worth of jewelry stolen in January.
Mayweather has only lived in the $25.5 million dollar mansion since September, weeks after his $100 million dollar payout from his fight with Conor McGregor.
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