Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones Sentenced For Assault

The former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback was convicted of punching and kicking a man, causing him to lose consciousness.

A Cincinnati judge has sentenced former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones to 180 days in jail for an assault charge.

According to WKRC, all but 30 days of that sentence has been suspended. Jones was convicted of punching and kicking a security guard in the head outside of a night club last February causing him to lose consciousness.

Court documents do not indicate where the assault happened.

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After serving his prison sentence, Jones will serve nine months of community control and is ordered to stay away from the victim.

Jones has a long history of legal issues. Most recently, in 2019, he was arrested and convicted in Indiana for cheating at gambling and resisting law enforcement. All but two months of an 18-month sentence was suspended.

He played for the Bengals from 2010 to 2017, his longest playing stretch for any NFL team. He also played for the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos.

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