Judge orders Bengals to garnish Pacman Jones' wages
A judge in Cincinnati has told the Bengals to garnish the wages of Adam (formerly Pacman) Jones in order to pay off his debt to a car dealer.
Jones, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, defaulted on leases for a Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe and Bentley Flying Spur. He owes more than $250,000 in payments and for repairs after wrecking the Bentley. He also owes interest and legal fees.
Jones, whose season ended when he suffered a neck injury Oct. 24, is making about $32,000 a week and has four paychecks left on the season.
| December 10, 2010; 11:44 AM ET
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