FLOYD MAYWEATHER had to pay for the protection and was constantly moaning about the circumstances during his stay in prison in 2012, it was claimed.
The big boxer was sentenced to 90 days in prison after pleading guilty to a domestic violence suit involving his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his son Josie Harris.
And Mayweather, whose sentence was postponed so he could fight Miguel Cotto at the Cinco de Mayo, apparently struggled with coping after being cut off from his lavish lifestyle.
Sports on Earth has released reports that reflect Money's concerns, including poor diet, lack of exercise and fear for their safety.
In an excerpt he says, "There are seven days a week and I only get five hours out of my cell and that's unfair, this is my third time I've asked to be moved.
"My mind is not the same, I've lost weight, I'm stressed, I can not exercise and I need some kind of exercise."
Where did he think he was going, The Four Seasons?
A judge disapproved of Maywether's plea for release
Mayweather reportedly threatened to sue after being told that a rib injury from the prison doctor was not serious.
And he also complained that a security guard had challenged him for him – which resulted in his court time being canceled.
One official wrote, "When I approached his cell to see what his problem was, he explained that he felt I had gotten it out for him for some reason.
"He told me he felt he did not like him, and I told him that I had no opinion on him and that I was trying to make sure the guidelines were being followed.
"He looked me in the eye and told me that he will not forget me when he comes out of jail, so I asked him if that was a threat, he said: & # 39; I did not say that I would hurt you? "
The report even claims that Mayweather tried to get her released because the food was not good enough to be blown up by a judge: "It's jail, where did he think he was going, The Four Seasons?"
The 50-0 boxer allegedly avoided eating in the cafeteria. Instead, he preferred to eat snickers, noodles, and beef jerky in a tremendous change from his normal diet.
But he soon became acquainted with the ways of life in prison when a guard seemed to notice that the boxer was paying for protection: "Last night, when inmate Mayweather # 1363917 was traveling because of his planned spare time, he called the inmate [Paul] Lopez # 1532142 and said, "I put $ 500 into your books, thanks for watching."
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Mayweather was released 30 days early for good behavior and greeted by a retinue of family and rapper 50 cents.
He earned hundreds of millions of pounds and consistently praised his playboy lifestyle, showing off his jewelry and car collections, as well as his Las Vegas Strip Club.