Undefeated American boxing star Floyd Mayweather Jr. had reasons to smile these days. This developed after a local court had cleared him from two harassment cases filed against him by two security guards who accused him of threatening them. The judge found Mayweather, sporting an immaculate 42-0 card not guilty to his pending harassment cases after the prosecutors failed to present sufficient pieces of evidence to convict him to his crime.
The guards at a gated community in suburban Las Vegas earlier filed the charges against Mayweather after the latter reportedly told them that his guards will kill them after they issued a citation to cars parked in-front of his house. The lawyer of Mayweather said the boxer is very happy with the verdict. Lawyer Richard Wright asserted that his client might have raised his voice during the incident but he did not threaten to do harm on the two complainants. Mayweather, known as the best defensive boxer in the world today, further boost his popularity after he knocked out in the fourth round r ising Mexican boxer Victor Ortiz in Las Vegas last month.