Marcus Jordan (pictured), the youngest son of NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, was reportedly cuffed Sunday morning in Omaha, Nebraska, for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstruction, according to the Omaha World Herald.
The 21-year-old was allegedly standing outside a hotel driveway and was spotted yelling at two women. Jordan, who plays college basketball for the University of Central Florida (UCF), appeared to be tipsy, according to investigators.
The irate 6’3,” 205-pound baller was approached by a policeman who was moonlighting as a hotel security guard. When the guard began to question Jordan, he reportedly behaved erratically and the security person had to call for back-up.
When several more officers arrived on the scene at about 2:11 a.m., they, according to TMZ, had to use force to restrain the rising senior who averaged 13.7 points for UCF last season.
Jordan was booked into the Douglas County Department of Corrections and later released.
In 2010, when Jordan was 19 years old, he tweeted about spending $35,000 at Haze, a nightclub at Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. MGM Resorts International, which owns the nightclub and casino, came under investigation after the underage boy bragged on Twitter about partying there.