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Jon Jones seen out for the first time following house arrest order


Simply days after accepting a plea offer on his pending DWI charge, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones took to the desert for some off-roading.

For the first time considering that his March 26 DWI case, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones has actually been seen outdoors. He took to Twitter to post a video of himself in a desert, riding a scooter.

“I have definitely found a new hobby,” Jones stated. “Now I just got to get myself a go-pro, so I can show you guys how fun this is.”

The scooter seems a smart option for Jones, who on March 31, took a plea offer to prevent prison time for his current difficulties. The plea offer consisted of 96 successive hours in the Neighborhood Custody Program (comparable to house arrest), a $500 fine, 48 hours of social work, involvement in a 90- day outpatient treatment program and he will have a breathalyzer set up in his car.

His 96 successive hours of house arrest are up and Jones seems taking full benefit of that truth. His home state of New Mexico released a stay-at-home order, to reduce the spread of COVID-19 This indicates that people are anticipated to remain him unless leaving for grocery or medical factors.

This wasn’t Jones’ first time remaining in problem with the law, as he was apprehended in May 2012 for driving under the impact. In April 2015, he was apprehended after left the scene of a mishap. Jones was then struck with a felony charge of leaving the scene of a criminal offense, in addition to having a cannabis pipeline in the vehicle.

Currently, Jones is not set up for his next title defense however his former opponent, Dominick Reyes, states he was talking with the UFC about a rematch. Jones has actually not validated or rejected those reports.

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