Johnny Manziel Stopped By Cops After having Domestic Dispute With Girlfriend & Drinking


Drama and more of drama in Johnny Manziel life as he has to answer police about the charges that has been called on him by a driver when his vehicle cut across traffic and pulled over on the shoulder of the highway. According to the police report obtained, Manziel’s “white Nissan [was] traveling at a high rate of speed with a female passenger trying to exit the vehicle and the male driver pulling her back inside.” That was eventually his girlfriend, Colleen Elizabeth Crowley as they both went out for a ride and the discussion might have turned into a heated argument.

The Cleveland Browns quarterback admitted that the two had drank earlier in the day, according to a police report. NFL heartthrob Johnny Manziel, 22, and his girlfriend Colleen Elizabeth Crowley, a TCU student, had to speak with authorities after they apparently got into a serious argument during a drive earlier this week. It got so intense, in fact, that Colleen attempted to get out of the vehicle just as they got off a highway.

Johnny admitted to police that he and his girlfriend had been drinking earlier in the day, but claims he was sober at the time of the fight, so the police didn’t charge him, new report claims. This is still a worrisome sign for the talented young athlete!

In the police report, another driver said they were passed by a car, presumably Johnny‘s, on the shoulder going approximately 90 miles per hour! The same driver witnessed the car “cut over several lanes of (traffic) and begin to exit” the highway and also witness to have seen the driver’s arm around the passenger’s neck.

Colleen said that she threw Manziel‘s wallet out of the window because the football star had her cell phone and wouldn’t give it back. Manziel told police he was just using her cell to change the music in the car. So. Much. Drama. In fact, Colleen said, “Manziel pushed her head against the glass of the car,” according to the police report.

The report states that Manziel explained to police they “were coming back from downtown Cleveland and were arguing. Mr. Manziel was asked if he was injured during the argument, in which he stated he was not.” He also accepted that they were drinking earlier in the day, and added that they, “had plans to see a movie together.

When he decided he wanted to pick up a friend also, this upset Ms. Crowley. Upset with the change in plans, Ms. Crowley wanted to head back to Avon. Mr. Manziel stated that he began heading home and while, on IR 90, he had Ms. Crowley’s cell phone on his lap and was using it
to control the music. During the ride, Ms. Crowley began accusing him of ‘driving bad.’ He then stated that Ms. Crowley grabbed his wallet, which was in the center divider and threw it out of the window.

“Mr. Manziel then stopped his vehicle and turned around in order to look for the wallet. After parking, he stated that ‘She did try to get out of the car.’ He then admitted to “trying to grab her arm to keep her from ‘riding’ out of the car.'” Police did not believe the couple was intoxicated to the point where they could be charged and Crowley told officers that she did not want to press charges so both were allowed to leave the scene in Manziel’s car. But that didn’t stop Johnny, or his

Earlier this year, Johnny checked into rehab for an unspecified treatment. “We were aware of the situation. It is a matter that we take seriously and have expressed our concerns to Johnny directly. Those conversations will remain private and we will refrain from further comment at this time,” Browns General Manager Ray Farmer said.

“I know I would stop and check if I saw a couple arguing on the side of the road. It was embarrassing but not serious…,” Johnny tweeted on Friday concerning the altercation. Sure sounds serious to us!

The Cleveland Browns quarterback made headlines after having a run-in with police earlier in the week over a dispute that occurred with his girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, on the side of the highway, but the 22-year-old reassures fans that “everything is fine.”