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No charges for Adam 'Pacman' Jones in casino incident

Adam "Pacman" Jones (FOX19 NOW File Photo) Adam "Pacman" Jones (FOX19 NOW File Photo)

Cincinnati Bengal Adam ‘Pacman' Jones will not be charged for a February incident at Hollywood Casino that ended with officials escorting him out of the building.

Dearborn County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard says the Lawrenceburg Police Department's investigation found filing criminal charges against Jones would not be appropriate.

“The purpose of the disorderly conduct statute is to allow the police [to] arrest individuals who are creating a disturbance and who refuse to stop. Mr. Jones behavior was disruptive but he cooperated with police and exited the facility without incident,” said Negangard.

Police would only say Jones, 31, was involved in an issue at the casino and did not provide further details.

Jones was never arrested and expressed regret in an Instagram post days after the incident.

"Life is a learning experience and the more I live the more I learn. I also realize that actions of mine, which I think are innocent, may be interpreted by other people as otherwise and that as a public figure I owe it to my fans, family and supporters to act with the utmost class and dignity at all times,” he wrote.

The Bengal was ordered to pay $12.4 million to the victim of a Las Vegas strip club shooting that left a doorman paralyzed last year.

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