Video emerges of woman accusing Jon 'Bones' Jones of battery

August 19, 2019 / 3.4K views

A report on KRQE is about a woman who accused UFC fighter Jon 'Bones' Jones of allegedly touching her inappropriately while at a men's entertainment club back in April. The video that was released shows the Albuquerque, N.M. police talking to her and she tells them what happened. She mentions Jones' name and seems like she is not sure what to do because of his celebrity status.

The report says, "the woman told police she was afraid of pressing charges because she believed everyone wanted to protect the famous fighter. KRQE News 13 is not showing her face to protect her identity."

Back in April it was reported that she, the unidentified woman, had notified the Albuquerque police about what happened with Jones. The incident allegedly took place at TD's Eubank Showclub the night in April.

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Part of the transcript says:

Victim: Jon like put his arm around here or something, pretty tight, and I was like, oh you’re going to put me in a chokehold.

The woman told officers Jones was drunk and continued to be physical with her after she got out of the reported chokehold.

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Victim: I got out of the thing, and as soon as I did that, he just like picked me up and you know, flipped me over whatever, and just started roughhousing with me.

Victim: The issue is that when he put me back down over by the bar, he like smacked my p****."

The woman claims she was able to get away from him on her own, but it remains unclear if she will go through with the charges.

Jon 'Bones' Jones denies all accusations.

He appears to be focused on a possible fight with Brock Lesnar, but Jones would have to move up to heavyweight.

Jones was seen on Twitter saying that "Brock is way too slow, I’ll embarrass him."

Video credit KRQE.

Source: krqe

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