The events of the widely-reported weekend domestic incident featuring Johnny Manziel are now a bit more clear.
According to a Ft. Worth Police Report, Manziel was accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, who also said that the Browns quarterback seemed to be on drugs and threatened to kill her as well as himself.
Crowley claimed, in the report, that Manziel dragged her by her hair, hit her with his open hand and rendered her unable to hear with her left ear.
She said too that he seemed to be on some sort of drugs and was going to take her car to "kill himself," before he threatened to kill her as well.
Upon returning to her apartment, Crowley used help from a neighbor to call 9-1-1, while Manziel fled from the scene on foot.
As he left, he was searched for by a Ft. Worth Police helicopter, in an apparent effort to keep him safe.
On Tuesday night, the Dallas Police announced that there were no criminal charges filed against Manziel and that the case is determined as "closed."
The Ft. Worth Police too determined that the case is closed, as there were no criminal charges filed to them.
The reason that the cases are closed may not be completely clear, but it could be because Crowley was increasingly uncooperative with police as they continued to question her about the incident.
Manziel denied each of Crowley's claims in a statement to TMZ, saying "it did not happen" and that he's "stable."
"It did not happen. "I'm completely stable. I'm safe and secure," Manziel said in the statement. "I have great things coming ahead. I know I've been having fun but I just need to get my body right. I'm 100% committed to playing football."
The NFL is currently investigating the matter and a league spokesman said that the league is well aware of the police report.
Commissioner Roger Goodell is set to give his "State of the NFL" speech on Friday, where this situation involving Manziel may be addressed.
Browns Executive Vice President of Football Operations, Sashi Brown, made a recent statement in which he all but said the Browns felt it necessary to cut ties with Manziel when the team is able to do so on March 9.
“We've been clear about expectations for our players on and off the field,” Brown said. “Johnny's continual involvement in incidents that run counter to those expectations undermines the hard work of his teammates and the reputation of our organization. His status with our team will be addressed when permitted by league rules. We will have no further comment at this time.”
This is the second incident involving both Manziel and Crowley, with the first incident occuring on October 12, 2015.
In that incident, Manziel and Crowley were seen arguing on the side of the road in Avon, OH.
Manziel and Crowley both claimed to have been drinking, while Crowley claimed that Manziel hit her.
Manziel claimed that Crowley was trying to jump out of his car and that he grabbed her in an effort to bring her back into the vehicle.
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