The investigation into Johnny Manziel’s latest incident is complete and Dallas police will refer the allegations of domestic violence to a Dallas County grand jury, the police department announced Thursday.
“Today, a Class A misdemeanor Assault/Domestic Violence case has been referred to the Dallas County District Attorney’s office for presentation to the grand jury,” Dallas police said in a statement.
Manziel is accused of hitting, kidnapping and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley following a fight at Hotel ZaZa in Dallas on Jan. 29.
The former Texas A&M quarterback struck Crowley and forced her into his car, according to ABC WFAA 8’s Rebecca Lopez. During the drive to Crowley’s apartment in Fort Worth, Texas, Manziel reportedly told Crowley to “shut up or I’ll kill us both.”
“He grabbed me by my hair and threw me back into the car and got back in himself,” the alleged victim told police, via WFAA. “He hit me with his open hand on my left ear for jumping out of the car. I realized immediately that I could not hear out of that ear, and I still cannot today, two days later.”
Dallas police will not release any further details of the investigation until it goes to the grand jury. However, a grand jury referral means that no arrest will be made until the case is seen by the grand jury.