Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones In Court Today, Lots More

Ryan Clark


The Tennessean is reporting that Adam “Pacman” Jones will be in court today to face a Williamson County General Sessions Court judge in which they hope to see Jones hae an updated driver’s license. They also expect to see proof of insurance and registration for his car. Jones was cited for three “non-moving” violations in a traffic stop back in June 10th. If he does show proper documentation the case will be dismissed.

Here is what Pacman’s attorney had to say: “Pac feels like he really got targeted on this one. We’re ready for a hearing in the morning.”

Before all this happened Jones, when pulled over, showed the officer a Georgia License. The officer then told Jones he would have 30 days after “establishing residency” in Tennessee to update it. Jones’ also provided no proof of registration and proof for his orange Lamborghini.

Jones produced a Georgia license when he was pulled over, but the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department said he had just 30 days after establishing residency in Tennessee to update it. Jones was also without proof of registration and proof of insurance for his orange Lamborghini.

It is expected that Jones will appear in court with Worrick Robinson, his attorney.

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Tennessean.com also had an article yesterday regarding Adam “Pacman” Jones’ role in Total NonStop Action Wrestling.

First and foremost if you guys don’t know, Pacman was charged with two counts of felony coercion after a club brawl/shooting. According to authorities he used threat or force to prevent bouncers from doing their jobs. Two others were also charged in the brawl. However no one has been charged with the shooting. Jones will have a hearing in Las Vegas in October 29, 2007.

On the night of the brawl, Feb. 19, George Petraski and Tom Urbanski, two former wrestlers, were working. Urbanski was hit during gunfire that left him paralyzed waist down. Urbanski remains hospitalized in Denver but is expected to return to his home in Las Vegas next week, Petraski said.

George Petraski said that he wonders if the company’s co-founder Jeff Jarrett “has something up his sleeve” for Mr. Jones. Petraski said he and his friend Tom Urbanski have worked with Jarrett in the past and believe that the joke may be on Pacman.

Here are comments from Petraski:

– “Maybe the joke might be on Pacman.”

– “Because Jeff knew us and he knew Tom and maybe he is saying, ‘Hey, this guy is a clown, let’s get him in here and hurt him.’

– “In the wrestling business it’s called a ‘shoot,’ and that is when it is real, when they try and take you out. A lot of guys know Tom, and us guys in wrestling are like a clique. They might beat Pacman into submission.”

Jeff Jarrett would not reveal Pacman Jones’ role but his agent and attorney still insisted Jones will not be involved with anything physical, which could violate his contract with the Titans.

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