Police are still seeking the identity of a mystery man driving Floyd Mayweather’s $450,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom (₦162m in Naira ) after smatching into a red Nissan in Los Angeles last month.
The black 2019 Rolls Royce Phantom, one of more than 100 luxury cars registered to Floyd Mayweather, was damaged in the right rear during the collision.
According to the Surveillance video of the incident,the driver of the Rolls Royce failed to yield while making a left turn near the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Los Angeles on March 11.
The Nissan driver said the driver of the Rolls-Royce, who later parked in the garage at the Ritz-Carlton,
walked away with his two passengers as he tried to exchange information with him.He also said he was injured in the crash and is still suffering pain.
The Police confirmed that the retired boxer himself wasn’t the one behind the wheel . They’ve also contacted Mayweather’s representatives but have yet to hear back.
The full size of Mayweather’s fleet of luxury vehicles is believed to be more than 100 and worth at least $15 million. In February , the money man showed off his Ferrari 488, Maybach and the lucky 7 Rolls-Royces.
Among the all jet-black 7 Rolls-Royces includes his high-body Cullinan SUV he purchased to celebrate his easiest victory ever in December 2018.