Jon Jones domestic violence case police audio released: “She is refusing to go back up to the room”

An audiotape between the security officer at Jon Jones' casino and the police reveal more details about the domestic violence case of the fighter.

Jon Jones

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was recently arrested on the charge of domestic abuse. Recent 911 audio reveals how his fiancée was afraid of the fighter and refused to go back to the room after getting abused physically.

MMA Fighting managed to get their hands on the police complaint audio on the day of the horrible incident when Jon Jones was arrested. The police reports suggested that his fiancée Jessie Moses was abused in the hotel room with his three kids present. Jones was arrested in Las Vegas on September 24th.

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From the audiotape, we can infer that the fiancée had reached out to the casino security to help her and the kids out from the MMA fighter. The fishy part of it was that, though Jessie reached out for help she went on to deny any domestic violence.

Audiotape reveals that Jon Jones’ fiancee was afraid to admit the domestic violence

Jon Jones and Jessie Moses

“She’s not admitting to any domestic violence, any physical violence, but she’s bleeding from the nose and mouth,” said the security to the police on the call. “She’s down with us while the male is up in the room, and he’s actually a professional MMA fighter, Jonathan Jones, and she’s like, refusing to go back to the room. We’re trying to assist her to help her grab her stuff, and she just will not go back.”

In the audio, the security officer explains to the police officer that Jessie Moses wouldn’t take any medical assistance or accuse Jones of beating her. The security also mentions that Jones’ fiancée and the three daughters were on the casino floor while the fighter was up in his room alone after the incident took place.

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