Irrespective of how irrelevant he is on the football field, Johnny Manziel just can’t stay out from the headlines.
Per the authorities report, the Cleveland Browns quarterback was allegedly associated with a massive brawl that occurred on Friday night in a luxuxy Cleveland apartment. Police received the call to the complex when reports of a “riot” found their scanners.
Based on official documents, the alleged victim, 33-year-old Chris Gonos, told police he saw Manziel and his entourage while awaiting the elevator. Gonos told his girlfriend, who had been also present, so it was Manziel, and approached the quarterback, stating, “I’m the biggest Browns fan ever, I love you, I want to give you a hug.”
After building a move toward Manziel, Gonos was allegely punched in the face area and beaten down by Manziel’s crew. A protection guard of the apartment also stepped in, also was injured in the incident. Gonos also said his brother, who had been also involved in the fight, tackled Manziel, getting the “sack and the fumble.”
The Browns have since released a common statement because they continue to deal with the many unnecessary off-field issues that come with having Manziel on the roster.