Former NFL Star Caught On Video Unleashing Chaos In Bar, Knocks Bouncer Unconscious
Pacman Jones was arrested again. This time he got in a heated conversation and allegedly beat a bouncer unconscious - the video is damning.
Former NFL standout Adam “Pacman” Jones is in trouble with the law again after he was arrested on Monday for allegedly beating a bar employee unconscious. Now, shocking video of the bar brawl has been released that doesn’t bode well for the former cornerback.
Victim Knocked Unconscious
Jones is accused of knocking out a bar bouncer in Cincinnati, Ohio. The former Cincinnati Bengals football player was seen hitting and kicking the victim “causing the bouncer to lose consciousness.”
Of course, it’s being joked about on social media:
Adam 'Pacman' Jones wants to fight Jake Paul in a boxing match. To ensure that Pacman won't have home field advantage, the fight will not take place on the sidewalk outside of a bar.
— Alex Schubert (@bigschubes) February 16, 2021
Jones is charged with one count of misdemeanor assault.
Trouble began when Jones and his entourage left Clutch OTR at about 1 am and security would not allow them to return.
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It was the first weekend that Ohio’s 10 pm pandemic curfew was lifted and people were out taking advantage of the new freedom.
“Pacman pushed his way back in and it started getting aggressive,” a witness told TMZ.
The witness continued, “Pacman” knocked the security guy out then proceeded to kick the guy in the head multiple times. That’s when a lot of the staff stepped in and my video starts.”
TMZ released video of some of the brawl involving “Pacman” Jones. As you can see a barstool was even thrown.
It is amazing that nobody else was severely injured.
This certainly isn’t Jones’ first brush with the law.
In 2007, he was involved in a shooting on the Las Vegas strip. A no-contest plea in that case resulted in disorderly conduct charges.
However, a civil judgment ordered “Pacman” Jones to pay $11 million to the victims.
In 2019, he was for cheating at an Indiana casino. He threatened the police when he was arrested, saying “suck my d***.”
He made a deal to serve 10 days in jail for one count of felony cheating at gambling and one count of misdemeanor resisting law enforcement.
“Pacman” Jones Shows No Remorse In Interview
After being released from jail from this latest incident, Jones discussed it on “The Pat McAfee Show.”
Remorse was not part of the conversation and he was not shy about it at all.
“I did what I needed to do,” Jones boasted.
Check out the interview here:
The former NFL cornerback said this bar fight was not alcohol related.
He claims he was just trying to be a good sibling and break up a fight between his brother and the bouncer before things got out of hand.
But, Jones helped things get out hand and the barstools were flying.