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Bellator light heavyweight Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson was pulled over yesterday by police while driving his bright green Charger in Southern California.

Rampage states that the incident was not his fault, but rather the passenger.

Jackson’s writes on Instagram along with the below photo:

“Yeah I got pulled over by the cops today.. And no they didn’t have reason enough to sit me out my car so assholes can take pix and post it.. My passenger was at fault,but they was cool enough to let him go with a warning.. (Fame equals no privacy) #fuckfame @wideazzsrt8 I’m gonna kick yo ass 4 getting me pulled over?”

Jackson states that his privacy was invaded because since he was asked to leave the vehicle, passerbys were able to take photos of him and post to social media.  Several hours later Jackson again posted that someone was trying to film him at his home.

Quinton Jackson on Twitter

Now I have some crazy guy waiting outside my house trying to video tape me with his phone.. Wonder how he got through the guard gates

Jackson competes next at Bellator Dynamite 2 against Satoshi Ishii on June 24.

One Comment

  1. Um that's American muscle guys not a Lamborghini. It's a challenger.