JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew is being sued in Florida, accused of punching a bouncer at a St. Augustine restaurant.
The suit was electronically filed May 30 in St. Johns County.
Bouncer Kasim Howard is suing Jones-Drew, saying the former Jacksonville Jaguars star punched him May 26, 2013, at the Conch House Restaurant. Howard accuses Jones-Drew of intentionally causing injury and emotional distress. Howard is seeking a judgment for injury resulting in ''pain and suffering, loss of capacity of for enjoyment of life, expense of hospitalization, medical expenses (past and future), inability to perform his work as a professional boxer, mental and emotional pain, humiliation, inconvenience, lost wages, legal expenses and other general and specific damages.''
Jones-Drew's attorney, Hank Coxe, says the State Attorney's Office did not charge Jones-Drew.

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