Titans star Julio Jones and ex-NFL player Roddy White are sued by cannabis ...

Titans star Julio Jones and ex-NFL player Roddy White are sued by cannabis ...
Titans star Julio Jones and ex-NFL player Roddy White are sued by cannabis ...

Tennessee Titans receiver Julio Jones and his retired former Atlanta Falcons teammate Roddy White are being sued by their partners in a California-based cannabis business for allegedly operating the company facility illegally while harvesting $3 million worth of marijuana to sell on the black market.  

In a complaint filed on July 21 in Los Angeles County Superior Court and obtained by DailyMail.com, attorneys for that company, Genetixs, accused Jones, White, and other defendants of conspiracy to defraud and breach of fiduciary duty, among other claims.

According to the filing, the defendants 'looted, removed, diverted, and misappropriated Genetixs' cannabis proceeds derived from more than 22 harvests, as well as the machinery, equipment, and fixtures located therein.'

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones, right, stretches during NFL football practice Thursday, June 1

Retired NFL Player Roddy White attends Los Angeles Clippers vs Atlanta Hawks game at State Farm Arena on January 22, 2020 in Atlanta

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Tennessee Titans receiver Julio Jones (left) and his retired former Atlanta Falcons teammate Roddy White (right) are being sued by their partners in a California-based cannabis business for allegedly operating the company facility illegally while harvesting $3 million worth of marijuana to sell on the black market

According to the filing obtained by DailyMail.com, the defendants 'looted, removed, diverted, and misappropriated Genetixs' cannabis proceeds derived from more than 22 harvests, as well as the machinery, equipment, and fixtures located therein.' (Pictured) The company facility in California, where some defendants allegedly disabled security cameras to avoid detection

According to the filing obtained by DailyMail.com, the defendants 'looted, removed, diverted, and misappropriated Genetixs' cannabis proceeds derived from more than 22 harvests, as well as the machinery, equipment, and fixtures located therein.' (Pictured) The company facility in California, where some defendants allegedly disabled security cameras to avoid detection 

No criminal charges have been filed in the case.

Neither Titans spokespeople nor the players' agents immediately responded to DailyMail.com's request for comment. Attorneys for Jones and White were not named in the filing. 

The two are accused of conspiring with a

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