Suns forward Josh Jackson arrested at Rolling Loud

Phoenix Suns Forward Josh Jackson Arrested at Rolling Loud Festival

Phoenix Suns swingman Josh Jackson is facing a felony charge after being arrested at a Florida music festival.

Jackson attempted to enter a VIP area at the music festival multiple times without a pass, according to a source of Slater.

Jackson was allegedly told to sit on a golf cart and stay still by an officer after the incident, but got up and ran away. Jackson's resisting arrest charge is a misdemeanor.

A foot pursuit began and eventually backup officers caught up to Jackson and took him into custody. His arraignment hearing is slated for June 10. The Suns player posted a $1,000 bond this past Saturday.

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The Suns released a statement saying that they were, "aware of the report and in the process of gathering more information".

Considered a potential No. 1 overall pick while playing at Kansas, Jackson found trouble during his lone season in college. He averaged 11.5 points and 4.4 rebounds per game as the team once again struggled, going 19-63, which was the second-worst record in the league.

With the Suns, Jackson was fined $20,000 by the National Basketball Association team this past year after he skipped a team-sponsored autograph signing this season.

During his lone season at Kansas, he was charged with one count of criminal damage to property, less than $1,000 after he allegedly kicked the auto of a woman basketball player, who claimed he threatened to "beat her ass".

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