Floyd Mayweather's Home in Las Vegas Reportedly Burglarized

Scott PolacekFeatured ColumnistFebruary 28, 2017

Former US boxer Floyd Mayweather poses prior to his 40th Birthday celebration in Los Angeles, California, on February 25, 2017. / AFP / TIBRINA HOBSON        (Photo credit should read TIBRINA HOBSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Floyd Mayweather's Las Vegas home was burglarized over the weekend, TMZ Sports reported Tuesday.

The boxer was celebrating his 40th birthday in Los Angeles when the alleged incident occurred, according to the report. TMZ Sports cited sources who said the thieves allegedly took $150,000 worth of valuables, including several purses and at least one expensive watch.

In a separate piece, TMZ Sports noted the Saturday night birthday party included a number of celebrities, including Mariah Carey, Justin Bieber, Terrell Owens, Bobby Brown and others.

The burglarized home is in a gated community near a golf course.

Mayweather's name has been in recent headlines as he and MMA fighter Conor McGregor work toward a potential fight. The boxer reportedly told ESPN's Stephen A. Smith the fight was "getting very, very close," per Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com.

For now, the 40-year-old boxer is still retired, and police told him to take inventory of his belongings following the burglary, per TMZ Sports.