Things just keep getting worse for Johnny Football. Manziel has reportedly been issued a formal indictment from a Dallas county grand jury for an alleged incident on January 30th involving his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley, according to KRLD NewsRadio 1080.
And now WFAA, ESPN's ABC affiliate in Dallas, has confirmed that a Dallas Grand Jury is indicting Johnny Manziel.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 25, 2016
Manziel is accused of hitting Crowley multiple times while driving her back to her home after leaving a bar in uptown Dallas. Police reports indicated that Crowley tried to jump out of the moving car and get to safety, but Manziel stopped the car, dragged her back into the car and then hit her. Crowley believed that Manziel was on drugs during the incident.
A judge already granted Crowley a protective order where Manziel has to stay away from her until at least February 3rd, 2018, including at least 500 feet from her apartment. He also has to pay $12,500 attorney’ fees and can not possess a firearm while the order is in effect.
Manziel has now been fired from his agent Drew Rosenhaus, dropped by two sponsors (Nike and Panini), and indicted by a Dallas Grand Jury all in the same month.