Johnny Manziel did not want to be found on Saturday night.
Manziel wore a blonde wig, a fake mustache, glasses and a hoodie to a popular nightclub on the Las Vegas strip, according to ESPN Las Vegas.
The former Texas A&M quarterback and his entourage reportedly ate at a VIP table close to the DJ booth in one of the darkest areas of the club. While the area in the club was private, it was still visible to the rest of the people at the venue.
Apparently, Manziel introduced himself as “Billy” and stayed out until 3 a.m. When he requested a bill, Manziel asked for it to be comped because he didn’t bring cash and didn’t want to provide his card.
Sources told ESPN Las Vegas that Manziel wound up paying with card anyway.
Manziel failed to meet obligations for the NFL’s concussion protocol on Sunday, which coincided with the final game day of the 2015 NFL regular season.
The Browns, who fired coach Mike Pettine and general manager Ray Farmer, were reportedly unhappy with Manziel’s actions once the news spilled out into the public.
The organization has a major decision as to what to do next with the oft-embattled former first-round pick.
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