Floyd Mayweather files a emergency motion to have him spend the rest of his sentence on house arrest.
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. says he’s begun to shrivel up into a puny regular person during his first 12 days in the big house — and he’s worried he won’t be able to bounce back in time to save his boxing career.
In new legal papers, Mayweather asks the judge to release him from the Clark County Detention Center in Nevada and let him serve the remaining time in his 3-month sentence on house arrest.
In the docs, Mayweather says he spends 23 hours-per-day locked in isolation for his own safety. But he claims the imprisonment is taking a “cruel and inhuman” toll on his rippling physique because he can’t train at a world class level while serving his time.
Floyd’s doctor also told the court he’s concerned about Floyd’s diet … because he used to eat 3,000 to 4,000 calories per day … and now,he’s eating less than 800 calories.