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Sadia Morrison (26) was likely thrown from a building to her death
Published: Jun 22, 2008 @ 12:00 PM
Sadia Morrison (26)
Jun 13, 2008
Cause of Death:
"Thrown from Building"
New York City, New York
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A woman who was with NFL player Adam "Pacman" Jones during a melee at a Las Vegas strip club has been found dead in New York, police say.
While friends and family of Sadia Morrison have alleged Morrison was likely thrown from a building, police have not released an official cause of death in the case, the Las Vegas Review-Journal said Thursday.
"We're looking at any and all possibilities," New York City Police Department spokesman Martin Brown said.
Morrison's body was found last Friday by police responding to a emergency call for a woman needing help, the Review-Journal said.
Morrison was among those arrested in February 2007 when a shooting occurred at the Minxx strip club in Las Vegas. Jones, a former standout player with the Tennessee Titans, also was arrested.
The newspaper said Morrison received a sentence of three years probation after pleading no contest to charges she fought with strippers and a bouncer during the 2007 incident.
Las Vegas melee participant found dead
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