Floyd Mayweather’s Daughter Might Spend Decades In Prison For Aggravated Assault Using Deadly Weapon
Iyanna “Yaya” Mayweather, Floyd Mayweather’s 19-year-old daughter faces between 5 to 99 years behind bars, according to court documents obtained by The Blast.
What Did Floyd Mayweather’s Daughter Do?
Allegedly the 19-year-old is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the attack on NBA Youngboy’s baby’s mother, Lapattra Jacobs. Yaya allegedly stabbed Jacobs.
NBA Youngboy went on Instagram live with Jacobs and said, “you talking about this girl right here? My wife inside my house that I paid for?” From the looks of it, Yaya has some major beef with these two and isn’t afraid to fight.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Texas judge ordered Yaya to follow specific rules after being released on $30,000 bond. One of the terms states YaYa is to have no contact with the alleged victim and “do not go within 1000 feet of the residence or place of business of the Complainant or any member of her family. Do not go within 1000 feet of any childcare facility or school that the Complainant’s children, if any, may attend.”
The judge ordered YaYa to not possess any weapons and is prohibited from drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
The Harris County District Attorney’s Office accuses Yaya of “unlawfully, intentionally and knowingly” causing Jacobs bodily harm. According to Bossip, Schaffer will be her lawyer and Yaya will plead not guilty when she heads back to court on the case in August 2020.
Kurt Schaffer is a celebrity lawyer who has previously represented Rap-A-Lot Records founder, J. Prince. That case was dropped.
We are kind of bummed to hear that the 19-year-old might get up to 99 years for what she did but from what we’ve seen in the past, she might just get a slap on the wrist. What do you think about this whole thing? Let us know in the comments down below.
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