Las Vegas Raiders star pass rusher Chandler Jones claims the Las Vegas Fire Department took him to a mental health hospital against his will last week and “injected” him with an unknown substance .
“Last week I was taken against my will by the Las Vegas Fire Department,” Jones shared in three handwritten notes. Posted on Xformerly of Twitter, with the headline “First day out but I’m still consistent.”
“I don’t know what was injected,” claimed the four-time Pro Bowler, who has not played in a game this season.
Jones said a “group of five to seven people” showed up at his front door in an ambulance, where he was given a mystery vaccine and taken to South Mountain Hospital “without a cell phone or any communication.”
He was then transferred to Seven Hills Behavioral Health Hospital, where staff allegedly “tried to force” him to take further “meds and injections,” he said.
The former New England Patriot claims the Las Vegas Police Department placed a “forensic hold” on the Super Bowl champion defensive end over “concerning” posts he made online and asked the fire department to Officers detained him.
Jones: ‘I didn’t do anything wrong’ wrote.
Jones claimed he had to sleep on the floor of one of the facilities the first night and “no beds were provided.”
“This place is no place for a high-profile athlete,” he wrote of the hospital.
Jones reported that his brothers – one of whom was two-time UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones – had to bring him “decent meals and clothes” while his father came to read him “the Bible” Scripture”.
“I’m still confused about what I did wrong,” Jones said. Add to He is “very sensible”.
Despite everything he’s allegedly been through over the past week, Jones revealed it hasn’t stopped him from working out to stay in shape.
The NFL star said he worked out in his room “every day” and “even in the hallway at 3am”, citing evidence from hospital staff.
“All I know is that whoever put me here had malicious intentions. I am a broken man (sic). For all my friends who know me, they know it!!!”
Jones also shared a so-called “patient rights” document from Seven Hills and highlighted areas where he believed facility rules were not followed or violated.
Three noteworthy sections of the so-called hospital document are: “You have the right to refuse treatment and medications,” “You have the right to receive treatment in the least restrictive environment,” and “You have the right to receive treatment in the least restrictive environment.” environment. “
Monday was reportedly the player’s first day out of hospital.
Jones made some serious accusations against Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler in a fiery X-rant, accusing him of involuntary conduct.
“I called the Raiders general manager six or seven times asking for help and wondering if he had me here, but he never responded. I even left him a voicemail,” the All-Pro defenseman Duan wrote.
Jones was placed on the non-football illness list last week, keeping him out of action indefinitely.
“I’m just trying to figure out why I’m still not allowed in the building and why I have to continue to watch my brothers suffer every Sunday. But there are no answers,” Jones wrote in the handwritten complaint.
Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels said Jones’ situation was a “personal situation and a private matter” when he was ruled out.
The Raiders defensive end has been inactive for the first two weeks of the season and has been without the Raiders since their last training camp practice on Aug. 31.
According to Bleacher Report, Jones posted a bizarre X-word about Raiders owner Mark Davis last week before he was allegedly committed to a mental hospital against his will.
“I want Mark Davis to tell people why I really can’t play,” Jones allegedly wrote in the now-deleted post.
On Sept. 5, the defensive end allegedly posted a series of accusations on Instagram, saying he was no longer allowed into team headquarters, that he no longer wanted to be a member of the team, and that his relationship with McDaniels There is a problem in time. And Ziegler, according to The Athletic.
Jones also claimed in an Instagram rant in early September that the group sent a crisis response team and police to his home, the outlet reported.
He began his career with the New England Patriots in 2012 and won Super Bowl 49 with the team against the Seahawks in 2015 before being traded to the Arizona Cardinals in 2016.
Jones signed a three-year, $51 million contract with the Raiders last year.
The disruptive defensive end has racked up an astonishing 112 sacks since entering the league.