Before Jones got to the Millennium Hotel he was reportedly kicked out of a Cincinnati club, according to a TMZ report.Cincinnati PD has confirmed Jones was "acting disorderly" at JACK Cincinnati Casino and was asked to leave.The police were then called, at which point things seemingly got worse.
The Bengals have been hesitant to say much at all, though Duke Tobin has made it clear the Bengals aren’t jumping to make a decision on Jones’ future.
"I’m not going to condone what he did," Tobin said via at the Scouting Combine.
Security and police escorted the NFL star out of the building.
One witness tells us Jones had verbally attacked employees at the casino and had an altercation with a casino patron who was trying to record the incident on his cell phone.
The NFL rarely, if ever, acts before the legal system plays out.
The case has been continued at least two additional times since.
The video evidence: In the dash cam video of Jones’ ride to jail, the Bengals cornerback is heard cursing at the arresting officers for 20 minutes.
He also calls one officer “a b–tch a–– ni––––” and goes on to say “I hope you die tomorrow.
Cornerback Adam Jones remains on the Cincinnati Bengals’ roster nearly three months after his January 3, 2017 arrest.