LAS VEGAS -- Floyd Mayweather Jr. is facing new misdemeanor harassment charges accusing him of threatening two homeowner association security guards outside his Las Vegas home.
The charges filed Thursday stem from an October dispute with guards in the gated community where Mayweather lives.
Mayweather already faces a September trial on a misdemeanor battery charge stemming from allegations that he poked a 21-year-old guard in the face during a separate argument over parking tickets in November.
The new charges allege Mayweather told two guards his "homeboys" had guns and would "take care" of them during an October argument – again about parking tickets.
Mayweather is facing unrelated felony charges in a domestic argument with his ex-girlfriend and two of their children last year.
Mayweather's lawyer didn't immediately respond to a message.