Boxing star Floyd Mayweather Jr. is being sued over allegations that he never paid for his courtside seats at Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals.

White Glove International, a Miami-based “lifestyle management firm,” claims that Mayweather hired them on June 20 to purchase courtside tickets to Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals, played between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs, TMZ reports. Mayweather is alleged to have purchased the tickets on the day of the game.

However, White Glove International claims that Mayweather never paid the company for his courtside seats. The 36-year-old boxer allegedly purchased three courtside seats for Game 7, as well as a fourth seat in the first row, TMZ reports. According to White Glove’s lawsuit, each courtside seat cost $25,000, while the fourth ticket cost an additional $5,000.

The lawsuit claims that Mayweather owes $80,000 for the four tickets and has yet to pay the bill, TMZ reports. White Glove International is suing Mayweather for the $80,000 bill, plus accrued interest. Neither Mayweather nor his representatives have responded to the suit.

Despite the $80,000 lawsuit over his courtside seats at the NBA Finals, Mayweather doesn’t appear to have any monetary issues. A recent ESPN The Magazine profile on Mayweather revealed that the boxer never wears boxers or sneakers more than once, and has two sets of color-coded luxury cars for his mansions in Las Vegas and Miami, Larry Brown Sports noted. In addition, the New York Daily News reported last week that Mayweather will make a record-setting $41.5 million for his upcoming fight with Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.