Las Vegas Raiders NFL star Chandler Jones claimed he was taken to hospital against his will, where he was injected with an unknown substance.
In a series of handwritten notes posted on X, he wrote, “I was taken in by the Las Vegas fire department last week against my will,” Jones posted on X, with the caption, “First day out, but I’m still aligned.”
“I was injected with I don’t know what,” the NFL star wrote, noting he did not know what the substance was according to the New York Post.
First day out but I’m still aligned. pic.twitter.com/AgxZWP7U9e— ♛Chandler Jones (@chanjones55) September 26, 2023
Earlier this month, Jones posted an ID badge belonging to Dr. Heather Thanepohn, clinic manager of the Las Vegas Crisis Response Team, claiming she was sent to his home to collect him because he was in danger, according to Bleacher Report.
Jones claimed a group of 5 to 7″ people showed up at his home.
He then said he was forced into an ambulance and injected before being sent to hospital with “no cell phone or no communication.”
According to Jones, the Las Vegas Police Department instigated the situation after they placed a “court hold” on him due to a “concerning” social media post.
“I hadn’t done anything wrong,” Jones wrote.
Jones claimed he was also forced to sleep on the floor.
“This place is NOT a place for high-profile athletes,” he wrote about the hospital.
Jones’ family brought him clothes and food and read him Bible verses.
“I’m still confused on what I did wrong,” Jones said, who said he was “very sane.”
“All I know is whoever put me here had bad intentions. I’m too (sic) strong of a person to be mentally broken,” he wrote.
“For all of my friends that know me, THEY KNOW!!!”
“I called Raiders GM 6 to 7 times asking for help and wondered if he had put me in here, but he never answered,” he continued.
“I even left him voicemails,” he wrote, referring to Raiders General Manager Dave Ziegler, who he said he did not want to play for.
A patient rights document was also posted, which Jones said was violated.
“I was just trying to figure out why I’m not allowed in the building still and why do I have to continue to watch my brothers suffer every Sunday. But no answer,” Jones wrote in his recent post.
Last week, Joens was placed on the non-football illness list by the Raiders, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
“I can’t do anything about it at this point,” coach Josh McDaniels said.
“We’re just respecting that process and understand the situation, and that’s really all I can say about it,” McDaniels added.
Before being placed in a mental hospital against his will, Jones sent out a bizarre X post last week about Raiders’ owner Mark Davis.
“I wish Mark Davis told the people why I really can’t play,” Jones allegedly wrote in the now-deleted post.