Floyd Mayweather's new Brit stripper girlfriend Anna Monroe's family don't 'approve' of relationship due to boxer's past
16th January 2021

THE family of Floyd Mayweather's new stripper girlfriend do not approve of their relationship because of the boxer's past.

The boxing legend, 43, is dating Brit-American Anna Monroe, who works as the lead dancer at his Las Vegas strip club Girl Collection.

As revealed by The Sun, the pair went official at New Year.

And the new couple have already been discussing having a baby.

But the news has not gone down well with Monroe's family in the UK because of Mayweather's history with women.

A source said Anna's family are supporting her but they are concerned about the relationship.

The 50-0 star, whose last pro bought was against Conor McGregor in August 2017, was accused of attacking his former partner Josie Harris, the mother of his three kids.

The friend told The Sun: "No one is taking the news well.

"Everyone knows Floyd Mayweather beat his other girlfriend up.

"Her dad is worried sick but Floyd just reels them in with money.


"Yeah when they have a child that child will be set up for life but Floyd will eventually get fed up with Anna and hurt her one way or another.

"Her father tried explaining that to her but she's so in love with him with can't see past it, it's almost like she's been brainwashed."

Mayweather served two months behind bars after he was convicted for attacking his ex Josie and the pair split up.

In an extract of her unpublished book before her death last year, shared with The Sun at the time, Josie described how Mayweather allegedly grabbed her by the hair while she was still sleeping, dragged her around the room of her home in Las Vegas 'like a rag doll' before punching her repeatedly in the head, screaming: "I’ll f***ing kill you."

Mayweather denied the allegations in an interview with Katie Couric at the time.

He said: "Did I restrain a woman that was on drugs.

"Yes, I did. So if they say that's domestic violence, then, you know what? I'm guilty. I'm guilty of restraining someone."

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