The famed jeweler suing Floyd Mayweather over an unpaid $400k bill was able to serve the fighter legal docs by staking out his Miami mansion.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the New York company Eric & Co Trading has informed the judge they handed off the paperwork to Mayweather's girlfriend on November 6.
The company says they hired a process server to wait outside Floyd's $18 million, 9-bedroom, 11-bathroom, 10,853 sq. ft. compound in Miami Beach for a couple of days.
The docs state the server walked up to the door on November 2 but nobody answered. He tried against it days later and was successful.
The filing notes that a 32-year-old Hispanic woman, "possibly girlfriend" with brown hair and black eyes. The woman allegedly refused to provide her name and then proceeded to shut the door on the man.
The service allows Eric & Co's lawsuit to move forward in New York federal court. As RadarOnline.com first reported, the company accuses Mayweather of stopping by their pop-up on June 5, 2021. The fighter picked out a ton of pieces and left. The suit said the jeweler had a prior relationship with Mayweather and agreed to let him leave with the promise to pay later.
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“Due to the prior relationship between Plaintiff and Defendant, and prior dealings of similar nature,” the suit read.
The company says they even sent Mayweather an invoice to which he replied, “Thanks Family.”
The items Mayweather allegedly took include several Cartier diamond bracelets, a $34k diamond necklace, and 3 large white gold pieces with TMC (his company name is The Money Team) on it.
Other pieces included a $20k diamond/emerald cut butterfly necklace and a diamond tennis necklace. He also walked away with a $42k diamond ring.
Eric & Co is seeking $389,550 plus attorney fees.