Adam “Pacman” Jones is not a member of the Cincinnati Bengals anymore, but he’s in trouble in the tri-state again.
The former NFL defensive back was arrested at Rising Star Casino in Lawrenceburg, Ind., early Wednesday morning according to a report by Eagle Country 99.3 radio in Lawrenceburg:
A knowledgeable source tells Eagle Country 99.3 that Jones is facing charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Jones spent eight seasons with the Bengals before playing last year with the Denver Broncos.
Since entering the league with the Tennessee Titans in 2005, he has frequently found himself in the news for the wrong reasons, including an altercation with law enforcement in January 2017 in which he allegedly spit on a nurse at the county intake after officers arrested the cornerback outside a Cincinnati hotel a little more than 24 hours after the final game of the Bengals season.
Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters chose not to press felony charges, but Jones pled guilty to a misdemeanor of obstructing official business as part of a plea deal in May.
Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 season for multiple transgressions during his time with the Titans.
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