Uh oh, Johnny Football. The Cleveland Browns quarterback got himself into some hot water on Jan. 30 when cops were called after a fight with his girlfriend. Then on Feb. 4, the police report came out saying he hit her and threatened suicide, which he says isn’t true. Here’s the scoop!
Johnny Manziel, 23, just can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Cops were called after an altercation with his now ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley on Jan. 30, then on Feb. 4 the police report was released saying he hit her and threatened to kill himself. Later that day he claps back at the claim saying “it didn’t happen.” We have all the details, here.
Once again, Johnny is in trouble for fighting with his on-again, off-again girlfriend Colleen. The cops have been called to intervene in their vicious arguments on more than one occasion, and Jan. 30 was the same story. That is until TMZ released the police report from the incident, which says Colleen accused Johnny of striking her “several times,” including a hit to her left ear. It also says he told Colleen he was going to drop her off and “go kill himself.”
Hours after the police report was released, Johnny called TMZ and said that the account of the incident was untrue, and that “it didn’t happen.” He also clapped back at the claim that he was suicidal, saying “I’m completely stable. I’m safe and secure.”
No charges are being filed against Johnny, and the police report also states that Colleen herself became “increasingly uncooperative,” and wouldn’t let police document her alleged injuries from Johnny. He doesn’t seem phased by the event, telling TMZ “I have great things coming ahead,” admitting that he needs to focus more on the game. “I know I’ve been having fun but I just need to get my body right. I’m 100% committed to playing football.” Let’s hope so.
HollywoodLifers – do you believe Johnny when he denies the claims that he hurt his girlfriend? Let us know in the comments below.