Adam “Pacman” Jones has been arrested yet again, this time charged with misdemeanor assault.
The former Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos cornerback is being accused of beating another person until he was unconscious, according to WCPO. He was taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center on Monday morning.
“According to court documents, police arrested Jones Monday morning after he punched and kicked a person in the head until the person was unconscious.
Police charged Jones with misdemeanor assault, and he faces a Hamilton County judge Monday at 9 a.m.”
The one-time Pro Bowler spent eight seasons with the Bengals, but also suited up for the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and part of the season with the Denver Broncos.
In 2019, Jones pled guilty to cheating following an incident at a casino.
In 2017, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge following a confrontation with hotel security.
In 2013, Jones was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct during a traffic stop.
In 2011, he was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after an altercation at a club.
In 2007, Jones was involved in a shooting at a Las Vegas nightclub that had him ordered to pay $12.4 million.
Jones retired from the NFL in 2019.