Pacman's drive shaft

MIKE RUTSEY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:43 AM ET

Now, this one's rich.

According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Bengals have been ordered to garnish the wages of Adam (Pacman) Jones due to the fact that he has defaulted on a couple of car leases.

We're not talking chump change here and we're not talking about a Nissan Versa and a Toyota Yaris.

Jones allegedly owes $250,000 US after defaulting on leases to a 2005 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe and a 2006 Bentley Flying Spur.

But it gets better.

The Enquirer said that in 2008, Elegante Leasing Co., won a judgment in New York when a judge there ruled Jones defaulted on the leases. The judge ruled Jones owed the car company $240,925 because he stopped making payments and crashed the Bentley but didn't pay for its repairs.

In September 2005, Jones leased the Bentley for five years for $218,632. He made the initial payment of $70,000 and monthly payments of $2,519 through March 2008 but stopped paying after that.

He also damaged the car to the tune of $58,000.

Jones' attorneys argued Thursday that they believe the New York decision was invalid and asked the judge to delay his decision.

Jones, who is injured and not playing, is making $545,000 this season with the Bengals, a team that has lost nine in a row.

When you're hot you're hot, when you're not .... you're Pacman Jones.


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