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Jermaine Jones is living a very SoCal summer, hanging out with Mike Tyson, Paris Hilton | SIDELINE

Jermaine Jones has had himself a heck of a summer, alright.

And we're not even talking about his standout performances at the World Cup, where the 32-year-old midfielder helped the US national team reach the Round of 16.

No, Jones has done his real work this summer while vacationing with his family at their home in Los Angeles, where he's met seemingly every famous person under the sun. Not everybody meets Chris Brown, Mike Tyson, Charlie Sheen and Paris Hilton all in the same week, you know.

So let's recap all of the famous — and in some cases, really famous — people Jones has met in LA over the last month.

First up, we have Jermaine Jones celebrating Chicago Bulls center Pau Gasol's birthday. That's not bad, especially if you're an NBA fan.

Then there was the "Jermaine Jones welcome home, all-white party" with the "Supreme Team." "Come out and party with me!" he said on Instagram.

Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith, who was supporting the USMNT in Brazil, and Los Angeles Dodgers superstar duo Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig.

Then Jones and the rest of his USMNT teammates won themselves an ESPY award for Best Moment. That's a pretty low-key Wednesday night out, right?

Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes, at an event put on by even bigger NBA superstar, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony. So surely he met him, too.

Now's where it starts to get a little bit weird. Jones with former baddest man on the planet, "Iron" Mike Tyson.

At a Malibu house party, with Charlie Sheen, like a scene straight out of Entourage.

And finally, a house party with Paris Hilton. 

You've done pretty well for yourself this summer, Jermaine. But now, it's probably time to find a new club and get back to kicking the soccer ball.