Published On: Wed, Jan 25th, 2017

Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones arrest includes spitting on a nurse, telling a cop he wishes dies tomorrow and tons of profanity

Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive back Adam “Pacman” Jones continues to be plagued by problems with the law. Jones was arrested January 3 at a Cincinnati hotel and charged with harassment with a bodily substance, assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing police.

Hotel employees said Jones was pounding on guest room doors and then assaulted a security investigator. When the police arrived, Jones’ got even more violent. Court records state he head-butted and kicked at police officers and resisted arrest before being hauled off to jail.

Adam Pacman

In the police vehicle, Jones told Sgt. Jarrod Cotton, “I hope you die tomorrow.” Video shows that Jones repeatedly insulted the officer, calling him a “bitch” and a “n—–”   and telling Cotton to perform a sex act on him. On the video, Jones is heard saying:

“You a b—- a– n—-r. I hope you die tomorrow.”

“Suck my d—.”

“F— you, b—-.”

Jones also told Cotton he would “spit on your a–, if I could.” At the jail, Jones refused to cooperate and was placed in a restraint chair.

He spit on a female nurse.

Two attorneys representing Jones issued an apology. The Cincinnati Bengals issued this statement:

We are extremely disappointed with Adam’s behavior. The behavior in the video is not what we expect from our players. The Club is aware that Adam has put forth his own apology, however, we also offer an apology to the public and to our loyal fans.

The Cincinnati Enquirer’s website posted an editorial urging the Bengals to release Jones: “It’s time to send the Pacman packing.”

The arrests of Jones and Los Angeles Rams’ running back Tre Mason – for eluding police Jan. 10 – raised to 68 the number of NFL players arrested since the beginning of 2015.

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