Johnny Manziel’s off-the-field drama continues to make headlines, and the latest details are not helping his cause.
Manziel’s ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley told The Dallas Morning News’ Naomi Martin that the former Texas A&M quarterback kidnapped her, then assaulted her in a fight last month.
The fight began over another woman. It led to Manziel being accused of striking Crowley, rupturing her eardrum and also losing her ability to hear from that ear.
“They expect (her ear) to heal but it’ll take a while,” the ex-girlfriend’s attorney, Kathy Kinser, told KXAS-TV.
Crowley filed an application for a protective order soon after the accusations against Manziel were made public.
Manziel signed the protective order, which prevents the Cleveland Browns quarterback from approaching Crowley for two years and forces him to pay for her attorney’s fees of $12,500, according to KXAS-TV.
An affidavit obtained by KXAS-TV detailed that Manziel struck her, pulled her hair, kidnapped her, took her cell phone and threatened to kill both her and himself. Crowley indicated the fight happened after the two broke up.
The former Aggies standout and Heisman Trophy Winner denied that the incident happened to TMZ, saying, “It didn’t happen … I’m completely stable. I’m safe and secure.”