As the days pass by, it become increasingly more evident that Johnny Manziel’s days in Cleveland are numbered and maybe so are his days in the NFL. The most recent bit of news surrounding him was an alleged altercation between he and his ex-girlfriend. No charges were filed, but now news is circulating that Manziel allegedly ruptured her eardrum by way of striking her. Expect the league to intervene after the legal process runs its course.
Johnny Manziel hit ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley so hard that it ruptured her left eardrum, Crowley’s attorney told Dallas-Fort Worth television station NBC5 on Monday.
“They expect [the ear] to heal, but it’ll take a while,” attorney Kathy Kinser told NBC5.
Manziel is the subject of a criminal investigation into the alleged assault that took place in the early hours of Jan. 30. Crowley spoke with Dallas police on Friday to file the complaint.
On Monday, Kinser told NBC5 that Crowley still could not hear out of her ear.
Manziel told TMZ that the assault did not happen. A call to the attorney listed as Manziel’s representation was not immediately returned.
A Dallas police spokesman said Monday there was nothing new to release on the investigation.
Crowley filed for a protective order last week in Tarrant County, Texas. The order was issued, and Manziel has to stay away from Crowley for two years.