The Nevada Supreme Court has ordered Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones to pay $12.4 million in damages to shooting victims from a Las Vegas incident in 2007.
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Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has perpetually been in trouble with the law throughout his NFL career, and he was involved in a shooting at a Las Vegas club in 2007.
Although Jones never directly shot anyone, there were two victims affected. One of them was paralyzed in the lower body area after being shot, and another was also shot but not as severely injured.
Jones has been viewed as the perpetrator of this horrifying incident, and he has been ordered by the Nevada Supreme Court to pay $12.4 million to the victims.
SB Nation NFL reported on this hefty settlement the Bengals cornerback will have to pay on Twitter.
Pacman Jones has been ordered to pay $12.4 million to victims of a 2007 strip club shooting http://t.co/6iKEqJQmqF pic.twitter.com/oDzzzxjbXd
— SB Nation NFL (@SBNationNFL) January 9, 2015