A member of Floyd Mayweather's Money Team entourage reportedly assaulted a fan outside of Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. 

According to TMZ, a 20-year old man, who alleges he is a huge fan of Money Mayweather, was just trying to get a pic with the champ - he wasn't trying to start any trouble - when a member of Mayweather's crew, wearing a red TMT shirt, rushed him, grabbed him by the neck and slammed him against a wall. The victim claims he was also punched in the face and filed a police report telling cops he suffered injuries to his head, neck and mouth.

As video footage of the altercation ends, TMZ reports that Floyd's crew put the boxer in the car and bolted. 

Per TMZ

"Sources connected to Floyd's camp tell us the man in the red shirt is "not on the payroll" -- he's just with the entourage."

"(FYI, that same TMT entourage member was with Floyd during a shopping trip in Bev Hills earlier in the day and was sure acting like a member of the security team)."

Check out the footage below.

40-year old Floyd Mayweather has been spotted out quite frequently since his TKO victory over Conor McGregor last month. TMZ recently photographed the 50-0 boxing legend coming out of Luxury Exchange in Beverly Hills with approximately $250,000 worth of Hermes Birkin bags, just days after taking nine of his Girl Collection women shoe shopping at a Gucci store in Los Angeles.

Floyd can certainly afford such lavish shopping sprees. His fight against Conor McGregor last month reportedly drew an official gate of $55,414,865.79, which is second only to the $72.2 million in ticket sales that Mayweather's fight against Manny Pacquiao generated back in 2015.