Despite being an NFL free agent, Johnny Manziel is in the news again.
The former Texas A&M and Cleveland Browns quarterback is being sued for more than $350,000 for trashing a California mansion, according to court documents obtained by TMZ.com.
The mansion’s owner, wealthy real estate agent Danny Fitzgerald, alleges that Manziel and his friends signed an eight-month lease, but evacuated the building after three months after causing around $187,000 in damage.
In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Fitzgerald says Manziel and his friends “ravaged” the place.
“They broke doors and mirrors, and failed to clean up and immense amount of dog feces and urine that was left throughout multiple rooms of the house for days, if not weeks,” the lawsuit reads, according to TMZ.
The lawsuit also reportedly states that the smell left by the animal feces left an “overwhelming stench” and “permanent staining to expensive couches, hardwood floors, rugs and carpets.”
Manziel denied any wrongdoing to TMZ, but Fitzgerald said he received a text from Manziel saying he took full responsibility and would cover the cost of any damages.
The former quarterback has not paid for any damages, and still reportedly owes $125,000 for the final three months of rent.
Manziel was cut from the Browns in March, two seasons removed from his first-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft.