Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones is in trouble with the law again. He was arrested Monday morning and cited for disorderly conduct after the vehicle he was a passenger in was pulled over, according to ABC Cincinnati.
The driver of that vehicle was stopped for driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone.
Jones allegedly was “mouthing off” to officers, and arrested for disorderly conduct.
When called for comment on Jones’ arrest, Jack Brennan, public relations director for the Bengals, said it is the organization’s policy to “not comment on legal matters that have not been resolved.”
Jones was arrested numerous times in both 2006 and 2007, which led to his suspension from the NFL in 2008. He returned to the NFL in 2009 with the Dallas Cowboys. He was released after that one season when he was identified as a suspect in a shooting that took place in Las Vegas in 2007. Jones was never charged for the incident.
In July 2011, Jones faced two misdemeanor charges for an altercation at Scene Ultra Lounge where he was accused of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Most recently Jones pleaded not guilty to hitting a woman in a bar.