According to AS (http://as.com/diarioas/2016/01/01/english/1451670028_104848.html) James was caught speeding into the club's training ground with police officers in pursuit. James apparently ignored repeated requests by the police requesting him to pull over and instead raced into Madrid City where he was protected by Madrid's private security detail (the police were later let inside). The police claim that the Colombian superstar was racing at speeds of up to 200 km/h on the m-40 motorway alone in his Audi. If this report is true, James could be facing serious charges, including a hefty fine and a suspension of his license, for not only speeding but also openly defying police orders.
This new saga will not help Madrid in anyway and Benitez will be far from pleased to see a second Madrid player tangled with the law. James is already supposed to have a poor relationship with Benitez according to the media, and thus this event could deteriorate their personal relationship to irretrievable levels. Not a good start to the year for Real if true.