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Jon Jones found innocent against domestic violence charges, Court orders “Boner” to “stay out of trouble”

Jon Jones found innocent against domestic violence charges, Court orders “Boner” to “stay out of trouble”

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was released by the court and found not guilty of domestic violence charges filed by Clark County prosecutors last September following Jones' early-morning arrest outside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Instead, "Bones" pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of destroying property, which carries a fine of $25-$250. The sullied mixed martial artist will have to pay restitution and enroll in anger management classes.

The court also ordered Jon Jones to "stay out of trouble."

Jones, 34, swore to end his relationship with alcohol following his most recent run-in with the cops, which featured a frantic 911 call from his fiancé, Jessie Moses. "Bones" ended his ties with Mike Winkel John and his MMA in Albuquerque in the weeks that followed.

Jones is expected to compete in the UFC heavyweight division at some point in mid-2022.

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