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Adam Jones escapes charges for casino incident

Pacman will avoid any charges for the "disorderly person" response by police at an Indiana casino in February.

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Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones will not be charged for the mid-February late-night incident at Hollywood Casino in Indiana.

Prior to his ejection from the casino, officials at Hollywood Casino reported a "disorderly male on the casino floor," which was in fact referring to Jones. One report said Jones "was arguing with another male and being loud and disruptive." After being asked to leave the casino, police inevitably had to escort Pacman out.

Pacman told WLWT 5, "I was at the Lawrenceburg casino (Tuesday) night, and they asked me to leave because I had dip. There wasn't an arrest, because there was no crime committed, and I left on my own,."

Jones also posted to his Instagram stating "there aint no crime done." He later posted an apology a few days after the incident.


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The case has now been dropped and no charges have been filed against Jones.