Suns Josh Jackson Arrested At Rolling Loud Music Festival

Suns F Josh Jackson charged with resisting arrest and escape in Florida

Phoenix Suns' guard Josh Jackson was arrested over the weekend at Rolling Loud music festival in Miami, Florida. His next hearing in June 10.

This all stems from Jackson trying to enter the VIP section of the music festival without having the proper pass.

Lt. Carl Manzelli claims he told Jackson "multiple" times that he could not enter the VIP area, and asked the two-year National Basketball Association veteran to leave, the Arizona Republic reported.

As an officer escorted him out of the club, Jackson pulled his arm away from the officer and was handcuffed, the report said.

After being instructed to sit on a nearby golf cart, Jackson soon stood up and started to walk away.

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Jackson was released Saturday on $1,000 bail.

The Suns selected Jackson fourth overall out of Kansas in the 2017 NBA Draft and he has had his issues both on and off the court dating back to his college days.

The team said in a statement it is "aware of the report and in the process of gathering more information". This past year, during his second season in the NBA, Jackson averaged 11.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.3 assists while playing 25.2 minutes per game for Phoenix.

Jackson also had a confrontation with former Kansas women's player McKenzie Calver in 2016 and was later forced to enter a diversion program after allegedly damaging her vehicle.

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