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More Controversy for Des Moines native Lolo Jones

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More controversy swirling around Des Moines native and two-time Olympian Lolo Jones. There are reports that Jones allegedly punched the stepdaughter of Tony Carlino, the former head of team USA, over the weekend in a Lake Placid, N.Y., bar.

 Deadspin reported that the incident took place at 1 A.M. Saturday at Roomers night club in Lake Placid, where Jones is training with hopes of making the 2014 Olympic Bobsled team.

USA Bobsledding is investigating the incident.

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