Jon Jones Distressed In Arrest Video “Why are You Doing This…Kill Me”

Jon Jones Distressed In Arrest Video “Why are You Doing This...Kill Me”

Jon Jones Distressed In Arrest Video “Why are You Doing This”!

You might recall, Jon Jones, 34, was arrested by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department last September on charges of misdemeanor battery domestic violence and felony injuring and tampering with a vehicle.

Now, bodycam footage shows Jon Jones emotionally distressed as he headbutts a police vehicle during his arrest outside of a Las Vegas hotel and casino on the night of his UFC Hall of Fame induction. Watch the disturbing Jon Jones Arrest Video… reports that the arrest video, which shows Jon Jones emotional behavior during his interaction with police as he implores officers to kill him!

In the video a handcuffed Jones asks as he leans over the hood:

Why are you doing this? This is so humiliating. I got the Hall of Fame tonight, and then you’re gonna put me on this by walking down the street.

The video shows Jones behaving erratically, asking for the names of the officers before mocking them continuously.

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jones saying:

You f*cking nerd, I hate you…I hate you! I hate you! You f*cking nerd! I hate you so much!

At one point, Jones seems to reach an emotional breaking point yelling:

Bro, hang me, hurt me and kill me. What did I do? A Black man can’t drink?! Getting elected into the Hall of Fame, and this is what I got?!

Although upset with the events taking place, Jones appeared to respond to the officers’ commands, but he repeatedly accused them of racial profiling him.

He pleaded:

I came from my Hall of Fame ceremony, and I’m Black, and I have my friends, and I did nothing to you.

Moments later, Jones headbutts the vehicle, appearing to put a dent in the hood, which prompted the officers to move Jones inside the police cruiser as they try to calm him down.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports:

Police initially were called to Caesars Palace on the morning of Sept. 24 in response to a report of a domestic disturbance. Jones’ fiancee, Jessie Moses, told police that Jones put his hands on her, but the incident was “not too physical.”

In the police report, Moses was observed with blood on her clothing and a bump with dried blood on her lip. The report also described Moses as “scared” to talk about Jones.

In December, Jones reached a plea deal with prosecutors, resulting in a dismissal of the domestic violence charge. He also pled no contest to a misdemeanor charge of destruction of property.