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'His behavior is unreasonable:' New body cam video shows Adam Jones' arrest

Adam Jones (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Adam Jones (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Footage from a Cincinnati Police body cam shows the arrest of Bengal Adam Jones outside the Millennium Hotel earlier this year.

Jones, 33, is accused of pushing a security guard and poking his eye. Then, he refused to cooperate with police, court documents state.

In the body cam video, Jones appears to be in handcuffs as he repeatedly asks the officer about charges he's facing. Jones’ friend can be heard asking the officer to reconsider the arrest.

“I know who he is,” the officer tells Jones’ friend. “His behavior is unreasonable. Anybody else would get locked up for this and so will he.”

Jones and the others with him remain calm during the conversation. One man approaches the security guard and apologizes on Jones' behalf. 

"Stop acting like a little kid. You have a version of these events you wanna talk about? You don’t have to," the officer tells Jones. "You have the right to remain silent if you wanna do that. You can give your version if you want."

The officer says Jones is charged with assault and eventually reads him Miranda Rights. 

The body cam video provided by police is approximately three minutes. 

Jones' demeanor changed once inside a police cruiser. Previously-released video shows Jones telling the officer to "suck my d***," and "f*** you, b****" multiple times from the backseat of the cop car. 

He can also be heard telling the officer: "I hope you die tomorrow."

On Monday, a judge scheduled Jones' pretrial hearing for May 16.

He faces misdemeanor charges of assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business. 

Jones publicly apologized, entered anger management and alcohol-related treatment and has extended that treatment, according to Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters.

The cornerback also was charged with a felony count of harassment with a bodily substance for allegedly spitting on a nurse as he was booked into the Hamilton County Jail early Jan. 3.

Deters dismissed that charge in March and referred the remaining misdemeanors in the case to Cincinnati city prosecutors. He said he didn't think what Jones' did rose to the level of a felony and the nurse was pursuing civil remedies against Jones.

Related: Pretrial continued until May 16 for Bengals player Adam Jones

Officials with the National Football League have said they are continuing to review the incident under its personal conduct policy. A player may still be subject to potential discipline even if the conduct does not result in a criminal conviction.

Bengals' owner Mike Brown recently pledged his support of Jones in an interview with FOX19 NOW media partner the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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