Adam "Pacman" Jones was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after an incident at a Cincinnati bar early Sunday morning, WLWT reports.
The Bengals cornerback, who was suspended for the entire 2007 season and six games in 2008 for violating the NFL's conduct policy, was said to have been "intoxicated and disruptive at Scene Ultra Lounge on Walnut Street in downtown Cincinnati."
According to the report, Jones was "uncooperative" when asked to leave and shouted profanities after getting escorted out of the bar.
Police said he tried getting out of his handcuffs and that it took two officers to arrest him.
After his release from the Hamilton County Justice Center later on Sunday, Jones, who was wearing a neck brace due to surgery for a football injury, defended himself and claimed that police had no reason to arrest him.
"It's ridiculous. It don't make no sense," Jones told WCPO Channel 9. "The only thing I can do is be me and do what I'm supposed to do. I was not yelling at the police. I was not yelling profanity at the police. And at the end of the day. I'm the bad guy."
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