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Former NFL player, Adam “Pacman” Jones was arrested early Wednesday morning for cheating at an Indiana casino.

According to Fox 59, the former All-Pro cornerback was arrested for disorderly conduct,  public intoxication, intimidation and resisting arrest at the Rising Sun Casino located on the Kentucky border.

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TMZ states that officials were called on Jones to investigate the 35-year-old for allegedly cheating at a table game around 3 a.m.

Jones was placed under custody because he allegedly became verbally combative and disorderly. He is currently in jail without bond.

This isn’t the first time Jones has been arrested while gambling. “Pacman” has string of arrests dating back to 2005. In fact, he has been locked up in 2006, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017.

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Back in 2015, he caused a scene at another casino.

Security had to escort him out of Hollywood Casino in Indiana for getting into an argument with a casino employee. In the video obtained by TMZ Sports, the former football player can be heard saying, “Where I’m from, if I ain’t threatening you, if I ain’t do s**t to you, then I ain’t disorderly conduct,” while walking with police.

With that particular incident, prosecutors didn’t move forward with charges.

Jones was also arrested in 2017. According to police, he was being violent at a Hyatt hotel. He also spat on a jail staffer. In the video footage released during the arrest you can hear him telling the cop, “suck my d*ck” and “I hope you die.”

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He was recently attacked in 2018 at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, knocking a man out in a brawl.

Jones played in the league for 14 years playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys. He was recently released by the Denver Broncos in November.

The story is still developing.