The Clark County District Attorney's office has charged boxer Flord Mayweather with three more felonies stemming from a domestic disturbance between boxer Floyd Mayweather and his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather was arrested at the scene and had already been charged with felony grand larceny for stealing Harris' cell phone. The new felony charges are two counts of coercion (Mayweather was accused of threatening the couple's two children if they called the police), and one count of robbery. There were also four misdemeanor charges filed against the undefeated boxer. If convicted on all counts, Mayweather could face a maximum of 34 years in prison. He is currently out on bail and will be arraigned in a Clark County courtroom on November 9th.