The on/off couple must have put the incident behind them; Mayweather later turned up on YoungBoy’s Instagram Live, as he blasted her “b**ch ass daddy” Floyd Mayweather and rapper Kodak Black for insinuating that he’d cooperated with authorities in the case.
Mayweather’s not guilty plea comes as prosecutors asked the judge to order the 19-year-old to stay away from Jacobs, as a condition of her $30,000 bail. They want Mayweather not to be able to come within 1,000 feet of Jacobs or her children, according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP. The District Attorney also requested that Mayweather not to have any access to weapons of any kind, and stay away from drugs and alcohol.
Meanwhile, Schaffer, Mayweather’s lawyer, has asked the District Attorney to hand over any evidence they have in the case, including video records, any statements, and witness information.
The judge hasn’t yet ruled on the motions.
The state of Texas doesn’t play when it comes to meting out long sentences for criminal offenses. If Mayweather is convicted, she could face up to 99 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.