How the fight against Floyd Mayweather was a turning point for the Floyd Mayweather family

Floyd Mayweather Sr. and his wife, Raquel, have been in hiding since a recent arrest in Las Vegas for allegedly violating federal sentencing guidelines for violating the terms of their probation.

The Mayweathers have been holed up at the home of his former attorney, Joe Tacopina, since March.

The pair is still awaiting sentencing in federal court in Los Angeles, where they are facing felony charges that carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

According to court documents obtained by The American Conservatives, the couple was in hiding from the feds for more than a year, until the arrest in May.

“We have not been able to see Raquel for over a year and a half,” Floyd Mayweather Jr. said in a statement in May after his wife’s arrest.

“We are very disappointed that she has not been released and will be seeking a judicial review of her case.”

The family is currently in Los Alamitos, California, where Floyd Jr. lives with his mother and his younger sister, Angelique.

The boxer, who has a large tattoo of his mother on his forearm, has been battling to stay in the United States after being released from prison in 2015.

A federal judge in San Diego in December upheld the order to stay behind bars, ruling that Floyd Sr. had violated his probation by failing to meet the conditions for release.

The judge found that the family had no reasonable expectation of privacy.