Last year Floyd Mayweather's ex-fiancee Shantel Jackson filed a lawsuit against the undefeated boxing champ, making several claims that he was abusive and overly-controlling. Now in new legal papers, according to TMZ Sports, Miss Jackson has provided texts dating back to 2013 proving what was said in her press conference back in September 2014 is indeed true.
"I promise I will get you in 3 A list movies this year and I'm willing to go to counseling to make us work and you can get the stuff you want and I'm willing to change but I need you to have a better attitude," Miss Jackson claims Mayweather wrote to her after proposing marriage a second time via text. "This is what I offer to you. Let's get married move in together you can go back in [sic] forth to L.A and stay at the condo."
Legal docs also show that Floyd allegedly traced Shantel's phone and threatened to expose "nasty videos" and "naked photos" of her after seeing a photo of her and rapper Nelly, who she is now dating.
Stay tuned as VladTV follows the lawsuit.