Floyd Mayweather's Ex-Girlfriend Shantel Jackson Accuses Him of Stealing $3 Million in Jewelry

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By TheBlast Staff on March 26, 2019 at 9:15 AM EDT

Floyd Mayweather's former girlfriend Shantel Jackson is accusing the fighter of stealing close to $3 million in jewelry from her following their break up.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Jackson is finally revealing the full list of property she claims Mayweather stole from her. She previously accused Mayweather of having stolen property worth nearly $1 million from her storage units, including luxury clothes, shoes, and handbags.

In the newly filed docs, Jackson claims on top of the previously revealed items, Mayweather also took a $2.5 million diamond ring, $250,000 diamond earrings (10 ct), a $32,000 Chanel watch, a $100,000 diamond bracelet, a $20,000 diamond heart necklace, and a $21,000 Louis Vuitton lock necklace ... which totals up to $2,923,000.

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She also lists items with an unknown value that were allegedly taken: a platinum MasterPiece Rolex watch with diamonds, a gold MasterPiece Rolex watch with diamonds, a Diamond Rolex, a diamond cross necklace and a diamond cuff.

Back in 2014, Shantel Jackson – who dated Floyd Mayweather before starting her current relationship with Nelly – sued the fighter, accusing him of assault, battery, defamation, and invasion of privacy (for allegedly releasing information about an abortion she had on his social media).

He has denied all allegations of wrongdoing.

Floyd recently counter-sued Shantel accusing her of using his credit cards without his permission and stealing his money. She has denied making purchases without his knowledge.

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As The Blast first reported, Mayweather recently filed docs asking a judge for permission to amend his lawsuit to now include claims against her for allegedly recording him without permission during the course of their relationship.

He claimed Jackson "intentionally used one or more recording devices to surreptitiously record conversations with Mayweather including telephonic conversations and conversations in the presence of one another without Mayweather’s knowledge or consent.”

The case is still pending with both sides preparing for trial.

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