Boxer Floyd Mayweather was released from a Las Vegas jail early Friday after serving two months of a three-month sentence in a misdemeanor domestic battery case.
As Paris Hilton once said of jailhouse food, “It’s not supposed to be good. It’s jail.” Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. seems to have learned that quickly.
When Dr. Dale Carrison, chief of staff at University Medical Center, learned another physician had claimed that a 90-day jail stay would place boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s health in jeopardy, Carrison said he felt embarrassment for the medical profession. Carrison said ” sanity prevailed” when a judge denied Mayweather’s request to be placed under house arrest because of “inhumane” conditions at the Clark County Detention Center.
A Las Vegas judge has denied undefeated boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s request for house arrest in a decision released late Wednesday.