Chandler Jones Claims Forced Mental Health Hospitalization and Injections: Shocking Revelations from the Las Vegas Raiders Star Defensive End

Chandler Jones Claims Forced Mental Health Hospitalization and Injections

Las Vegas Raiders’ superstar defensive end, Chandler Jones, recently revealed that he was unexpectedly taken to a mental health hospital and injected with an unknown substance. According to Jones, this happened after authorities expressed concern about his online posts.

Speaking out about the ordeal, Jones shared, “I answered my front door and a group of 5 to 7 individuals were there to put me in an ambulance where I was later injected, despite my objections.”

The 33-year-old NFL player was initially taken to Southern Hills Hospital before being transferred to Seven Hills Behavioral Health Hospital, a facility that specializes in mental health treatment. Jones alleged that during his stay, he was coerced into taking medications and injections.

Expressing his discontent with the treatment he received, Jones stated, “The facility was clearly not designed for high-profile athletes. On my first night, I was left to sleep on the floor without a proper bed.”

Despite the challenging circumstances, Jones has remained committed to his physical fitness. “I’m still confused about what I did wrong. I’m stuck here, but I want to assure everyone that I am perfectly sane,” he said.

In his notes, Jones also mentioned reaching out to the Raiders for assistance, but he has yet to receive a response from the team.

It is worth noting that Jones has not played for the Raiders this season after being placed on the non-football illness list due to a social media rant in which he expressed his desire not to play for the team anymore. Raiders’ head coach, Josh McDaniels, has referred to the matter as “personal” and “private.”

Jones joined the Raiders last season, signing a lucrative 3-year, $51 million contract with the team.


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