Johnny Manziel now gives his version and denies hitting his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley.
The NBA world woke up to shocking news when reports came in that Cleveland Browns Johnny Manziel has physically assaulted and threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend Colleen over the weekend.
Crowley told police that she fears for her safety and is seeking a protective order against Manziel.
However, in an exclusive interview to TMZ, Johnny denied the allegations and claimed that he neither hit nor threaten his ex-girlfriend.
“It didn’t happen,” Manziel said when asked about the allegations.
“I’m completely stable. I’m safe and secure,” he added.
When police were called in to Crowley’s home over the weekend, she informed of her altercation with Johnny. She also expressed concern about Manziel’s well-being. Police then had to send out a search party out-including a helicopter to locate Manziel.
However, TMZ reports that when cops asked Colleen questions regarding their fight, she became irritated. She also became “increasingly uncooperative”, the report says.
Colleen also refused to allow cops to photograph her alleged injuries.
As of now, no charges have been filed against Manziel.
Meanwhile, Manziel is busy preparing for the 2016 season and informs that he has great things coming ahead.
“I have great things coming ahead,” Manziel said. “I know I’ve been having fun but I just need to get my body right. I’m 100% committed to playing football.”
Although, Johnny said that he is completely stable, his father however, believes that if Manziel did not get help, he might die before his 24th birthday.
Speaking with the Dallas Morning News, Paul Manziel said: “I truly believe if they can’t get him help, he won’t live to see his 24th birthday.”
Paul also revealed that he tried to send Johnny to rehab twice but he refused to go.
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