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Floyd Mayweather Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Restaurant Assault in 2022"

In a legal twist for boxing icon Floyd Mayweather, a California man, Eduardo Andres Torres Martinez, is suing the legendary boxer over an alleged restaurant assault that occurred nearly two years ago. The incident reportedly took place at the Yard House near Arena in Los Angeles on February 10, 2022.

According to TMZ, Martinez claims Mayweather, also known as ‘Money,’ directed one of his bodyguards to assault him after noticing Martinez filming him and his crew with a cellphone camera. The lawsuit alleges that the bodyguard knocked Martinez down and wrestled with him to confiscate the cell phone, causing additional injuries and damages.

Despite Martinez filing a battery report immediately after the incident, LAPD sources, as reported by TMZ, suggest that a witness contradicted his version of events. Mayweather has vehemently denied the accusations, with his representative stating that he merely “stopped by” the restaurant and left due to overcrowding.

Martinez is seeking unspecified damages for pain, distress, anguish, physical and mental suffering, inconvenience, emotional stress, and impairment of the quality of life. The lawsuit names Mayweather, the Money Team LLC, and the Yard House as defendants.

The legal battle adds a new chapter to Mayweather’s storied career, creating headlines off the boxing canvas. As the case unfolds, both the boxing community and the public are watching closely for developments in this unexpected legal bout.

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