After two days, Jon Jones is free to leave a New Mexico jail cell.
The former UFC light heavyweight champion agreed to new provisions on his current probation service handed down by Judge Michael E. Martinez Thursday inside the New Mexico Second Judicial District Court. They include 60 more hours of community service and attendance in both anger management and driver improvement courses.
Jones will also need to get permission to drive a vehicle, but a curfew for the fighter from 10 p.m.-4 a.m. was denied by Martinez.
This is just another in a growing list of legal run-ins for “Bones,” who should still be able to fight Daniel Cormier next month for the UFC title.
After a 2015 hit-and-run sent a pregnant woman to the hospital with a broken arm, Jones was suspended by the UFC and stripped of his title. Last week, he was cited for five tickets by the Albuquerque police, turning himself in on Tuesday. A video surfaced of Jones firing off several insults to the officer on duty.