Former Texas A&M and Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has been indicted by the Dallas County Grand Jury on a misdemeanor assault with bodily injury charge stemming from an alleged incident involving his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley, according to a report from CBS Dallas-Fort Worth.
Manziel is accused of hitting Crowley several times while driving to her Fort Worth home from a Dallas bar, according to CBS. Police records obtained by CBS show that Crowley attempted to get out of the moving vehicle and flee, but Manziel stopped the car, dragged her back into the vehicle and hit her.
The police report also cited Crowley telling valet staff at the Hotel Zaza that she had feared for her life and didn’t want to leave the hotel with the embattled quarterback, according to CBS.
The news outlet reports there was an out-of-court settlement between the two sides, but did not provide details on the settlement. A judge granted Crowley a restraining order that prohibits Manziel from making any contact with Crowley until February 2018, and Manziel also must stay 500 feet away from her Fort Worth apartment, per CBS.
Manziel was cut by the Browns in March after two ugly seasons with the franchise. The former first-round pick entered rehab before the 2015 season. Two agents have parted ways with him since the end of the season. His second agent, Drew Rosenhaus, dumped Manziel about a month after agreeing to represent him.