Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones claims he acted in self-defense in regards to his latest arrest, and security video that has emerged via ESPN 1530's website, may back that up.
The video appears to show Jones speaking to the woman, who then either strikes him or pours beer on him. Jones the reacts by striking her and then quickly fleeing the scene with another man who was with him.
Jones has been no stranger to trouble in his NFL career, and even though he may not be the aggressor in this situation, he has found it once again.
Jones then went on the air on the station after being released from jail to explain his side of the story - that is until the call was disconnected either by a loss of service, a dead cell phone battery or Jones hanging up.
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