The Las Vegas Review-Journal has launched a massive three-part investigation into the strip club incident that cost Adam Jones a year of football and another man his ability to walk. Oh, the things we have seen How time flies, right?
As has been widely noted, the incident occurred when Jones "made it rain" on exotic dancers at the gentleman's club. When the dancers went to pick up all the money Jones threw in the air, the football player got upset. A fight ensued, it spilled outside the Minxx and then a shooting not by Jones happened.
Proceeds raised during the performance will go towards the medical bills for three Minxx employees who were wounded in a February shooting that broke out at the club. Since then, Urbanski has endured a series of costly medical procedures and rehabilitation that will continue for the rest of his life. I also think this incident cast a shadow on NFL players and we wanted people to know that most of us don't condone the reprehensible actions of a few select players on the evening in question.
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Robert Reid also was ordered to stay out of trouble, perform hours of community service and take anger management counseling. Authorities said the Minxx strip club fracas, which occurred in Februarywas triggered by Jones. The current Cincinnati Bengal showered strippers with hundreds of dollar bills as they danced.
Video that's probably not safe work of Adam "Pacman" Jones making it rain. We've pulled just a small teaser sample, but you should really go their website and see the whole thing. Multimedia people!
As the accused Minxx shooter awaits trial, the Review-Journal, in a three-part series, revisits the crime and explores the ups and downs of the police investigation that followed the shooting. Through the use of interviews, witness statements, police notes and other materials from the investigation, the newspaper reconstructs the events that eventually led authorities to the man they believe opened fire at the Minxx. Along the Strip, bands of young men had run wild over tourists and workers, resulting in dozens of arrests and fevered debate over whether Las Vegas should ever again host an NBA All-Star Game.
Las Vegas police said Arvin Kenti Edwards was arrested late Friday at the Yakima County Correctional facility, where he was already in custody on unrelated charges. Police said Edwards, 29, of Renton, Wash. Edwards remains jailed awaiting extradition.
Just minutes after "making it rain," Jones was involved in a fight inside the club. A short time later, three people were shot outside the club. Jones initially was charged with felony coercion for his role in the melee.
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