Former NFL cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was arrested yet again on February 27 at the Rising Sun Casino in Indiana, and he is reportedly facing eight criminal charges.

Details of Pacman's latest arrest surfaced today, revealing that the 35-year old defensive back was booked at approximately 3:17am on February 27 following allegations that he was "capping bets," or adding more chips once he knew what the outcome would be. But that's only the beginning of his legal issues.

According to TMZ Sports, Indiana Gaming Commission Enforcement agents confronted Jones about his alleged cheating and that's when he flew off the handle. Jones reportedly cursed out the agents and allegedly threatened, "I will kill you ... I will whoop your ass."

Per TMZ:

"While Jones was being taken to the gaming office, the NFL star allegedly continued to berate law enforcement officers ... saying, "F*ck you," "You ain't sh*t" and "You ain't nothing but a bitch."

On top of that, Jones tried to make a run for it when he was being handed off to the Ohio County Sheriff's Department, but he didn't get far before being subdued by officers on the scene. 

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Per TMZ:

"After he was recaptured, Jones continued to cuss out the cops -- saying, "F*ck you," "Suck my d*ck" and "You're a bunch of crackers.""

"Another officer claims Jones also said, "Suck my d*ck, n***er.""

In total, Pacman received eight criminal charges including felony intimidation and felony battery against an officer. According to TMZ, other charges include cheating at gambling, resisting law enforcement and public intoxication. 

Jones played in seven games with the Denver Broncos last season but was released in November and is not currently on an NFL roster.