Jon Jones continues to do things outside of the octagon that are pretty disturbing.
Last Friday the legendary UFC fighter was arrested for a domestic violence incident in Las Vegas, and now that the dust has settled, disturbing information is coming forward on the arrest. According to reports, Jones’ fiancée Jessie Moss was left bleeding from her mouth and nose following a physical altercation in their Vegas hotel room. Moss was hesitant to discuss her injuries and denied that her lip was swollen.
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Via MMA Fighting:
According to the report, officers responded to a domestic disturbance at Caesars Palace after a call stating that a white female adult, later identified as Jones’ fiancée Jessie Moses, was bleeding from “her nose/mouth.”
After police arrived, they were informed that the suspect had just left the property and was picked up by another unit outside the hotel where he identified himself as Jon Jones. Police then stated that the former UFC champion resisted arrest as he was being taken into custody.
“As Jones was being detained, he became irate and smashed his head into the front hood of the [Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department] patrol vehicle leaving a medium size dent as well as chipping of some of the paint on the vehicle,” police wrote in the report.
Jones was later charged with injuring or disabling a vehicle, which due to the amount of the damage done is considered a felony in Nevada.
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Jones apologized, per the report. The MMA legend also denied touching the woman and had difficulty remembering most of the night.
He was released Friday evening on $8,000 bail and is due back in court Oct. 26.
Jones needs some serious help, again.