UFC star Jon Jones was arrested Friday on legal costs after an incident at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Jones, 34, faces misdemeanor home battery and a felony car harm cost. The small print behind the incident weren’t instantly clear.
The previous gentle heavyweight champion was within the space speaking with reporters attempting to drum up some hype for a shot on the heavyweight championship as he moved up weight lessons. He was on the UFC Corridor of Fame induction ceremony on the Park MGM resort on Thursday honoring his 2013 struggle with Alexander Gustaffsson.
“JacksonWink Academy is conscious of the allegations and is conducting its personal evaluation of the matter. It will be inappropriate to remark additional at the moment,” James Hallian, a spokesman for the health club the place Jones educated, stated in an announcement.
Jones is likely one of the best UFC fighters of all-time. He’s been arrested thrice throughout his profession – in 2012 for DUI, in 2015 in a felony hit-and-run crash, and in 2019, following an incident with a waitress at a strip membership.
UFC chairman Dana White reacted to Jones’ arrest.
“It’s arduous to deliver this man to Las Vegas for any purpose. This metropolis shouldn’t be good for Jon Jones. And right here we’re once more,” White stated late Friday, through MMA Junkie.
“It’s prefer it’s not even surprising anymore. After we deliver him right here, it’s virtually anticipated. Can’t even get him into Las Vegas for lower than 12 hours to induct him into the Corridor of Fame. It’s an issue. This man’s bought lots of demons, man – lots of demons.”
Jones posted $8,000 bail on the newest costs and was due for a courtroom look on Oct. 26.
The Related Press contributed to this report.