LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas judge has denied a request from boxer Floyd Mayweather to serve the remainder of his jail sentence from home.
Judge Melissa Saragosa denied Mayweather's request late Wednesday.
Mayweather claimed he was underfed and also unable to train. The judge denied his request, saying chose not to eat the food available and that he could train in his cell.
Mayweather was sent to jail for 90 days starting on June 1 after being arrested for domestic violence.
He was accused of hitting and threatening his ex-girlfriend, stealing her cell phone and threatening two of their children at her home in September 2010. He could have faced 34 years in prison.
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