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Johnny Manziel Update: Future of Cleveland Browns QB in doubt as the Dallas Police gains hold of video surveillance

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is possibly facing a domestic complaint charge. Dallas police have confirmed that they have obtained a video surveillance as a part of their continued investigation of the incident.

Although the nature of the video has not been confirmed by the police, it is known that the footage is from Hotel ZaZa in Dallas. This is the same hotel where Johnny Manziel’s former girlfriend Collen Crowley complained of the assault, as reported by ESPN.

“There has been no determination as to what charge, if any, will be filed against Mr. Manziel,” Maj. Midge Boyle stated.

The police have conducted interviews of Crowley and other witnesses; however Manziel has not been spoken to yet.

According to reports, the investigation could be completed by the end of next week. The case could go to a grand jury.

Boyle also mentioned that all the evidence and facts of the case has not been obtained and the detectives are trying to complete it as early as possible.

“As soon as we have something pertinent to put out we will let you know.” Boyle added.

Crowley filed an affidavit for a protection order, which was granted to her by the court. The affidavit stated that Manziel led Crawley down a back stairway to the valet after a heated argument.

Although not confirmed, speculations suggest that the video which the Dallas police possess contains the encounter of Manziel with the valet along with other surveillance.

The Dallas police has confirmed of checking Crowley’s medical records. There was a report of a ruptured eardrum by Manziel’s ex-girlfriend. The police are looking to put an end to the case at the earliest.

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