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Floyd Mayweather Got The Worst News Of His Life From The IRS! He Is Done

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Floyd Mayweather’s crimes are vile, gruesome and should sicken you.

Yet ‘Money’ Mayweather remains completely untouchable, and the disturbing cult of fandom that surrounds him only continues to grow.

A federal tax lien obtained by the Associated Press’ Oskar Garcia shows Floyd Mayweather Jr. owes the Internal Revenue Service more than $22 million from 2015.

Garcia posted a photo of the document Tuesday on Twitter:

 

According to a lien filed by the Internal Revenue Service, the boxer still owes on his big payday from the Manny Pacquiao fight, ESPN reports.

The federal tax agency filed the lien against Mayweather with county officials in Las Vegas, according to reports. Mayweather responded by filing for a temporary reprieve with the U.S. Tax Court.

Mayweather also jumped to his Instagram account to insist that his “empire” is still financially solid.

“Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear, especially when it comes to media in this country,” the boxer wrote on a July 18 Instagram post.

“While everyone is counting my money and assuming the worst,” Mayweather added, “these are the facts… Uncle Sam, received $26,000,000.00 from me in 2015! What else could they possibly want?”

“Bottom line, everybody just wants to be a part of the “Money May” show, including the IRS!” he insisted.

Mayweather concluded insisting that “my empire is rock solid and intact.

“Uncle Sam, received $26,000,000.00 from me in 2015! What else could they possibly want?” he wrote. “I’m sure I would have been notified much sooner if there were any real discrepancies right? Bottom line, everybody just wants to be a part of the ‘Money May’ show, including the IRS!”

As Koenig noted, the “significant liquidity event” Mayweather’s petition referred to is his upcoming bout against Conor McGregor at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Aug. 26.

According to Rovell, Mayweather is expected to earn close to $100 million guaranteed as part of the fight’s purse agreement.

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