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Floyd Mayweather Jr. Beating, Kidnapping
Boxing phenom Floyd Mayweather (pictured) is reportedly being accused of hiring thugs to kidnap and brutally beat up two of his employees who he allegedly believed stole jewelry from him, according to TMZ.

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The two unnamed men were allegedly hired to work for Mayweather at his Las Vegas home, and when jewelry came up missing, the undefeated champ reportedly suspected that the workers were involved.

Afterward, the two suspects were allegedly summoned to meet Mayweather at an off-site location a few weeks ago.  When the men arrived at the location, Mayweather was indeed present but he was accompanied by a few henchmen who then proceeded to allegedly beat them with weapons, such as clubs.

Reportedly, the two men wound up hospitalized with broken limbs and were practically at death’s door. A source told TMZ that the orchestrated beating was reminiscent of the diabolical crime drama “Breaking Bad.”

The accused victims deny taking Mayweather’s valuables, and the 37-year-old and five-division world champion was said to have later realized that the men had been telling the truth.

Consequently, the victims have allegedly lawyered up and plan on going after the champ legally, via a lawsuit, charging him with kidnapping, attempted murder, and mayhem.

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