Titans’ Janoris Jenkins seething over stolen $250k Rolls-Royce

Titans cornerback Janoris Jenkins didn’t have a great ending to his vacation.

Upon returning from a trip to West Palm Beach, Florida, Jenkins discovered his 2016 Rolls-Royce Wraith was missing from a parking lot at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.

When he communicated with airport management about the stolen $250,000 vehicle, Jenkins, the former Giant, in a lengthy post on social media, said they gave him the “complete run around.”

“I was told they have footage of my vehicle arriving but no footage of it leaving,” he wrote in a note posted Thursday, adding that he parked his car at the Atlanta airport on May 5. “Nothing makes sense!”

Jenkins, who signed with Tennessee this offseason, later reported the vehicle missing on May 26, the Atlanta Police Department told TMZ.

“Officers immediately placed a lookout on the vehicle and updated its status to stolen,” the APD said. “Investigators are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident. The investigation continues.”

New Orleans Saints cornerback Janoris Jenkins (20)
Janoris Jenkins signed with the Titans this offseason after being released by the Saints.
AP Photo

Jenkins went on to slam the airport’s customer service.

“The airport was in no way, shape or form empathetic, concerned or in shock that something like this could even happen,” he wrote.

He added that he’s in need of a brand new Rolls-Royce Wraith “off the lot zero miles within a week.”

He was able to get an update on his missing car, though.

“So y’all telling me now y’all got my car on camera leaving!!,” he wrote Thursday on his Instagram story, hinting that the Atlanta airport had found footage of his vehicle. “It doesn’t matter where I parked my car at it’s mines.. it should’ve been safe there if you charging me to pay to park..”

In nine NFL seasons, the 32-year-old has played with the Rams, Giants and Saints. Jenkins was a second-round pick by the Rams in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Back to top button