Johnny Manziel’s Ex Claims She Lost Hearing After He Brutally Beat Her
A new deposition from Johnny Manziel’s former girlfriend Colleen Crowley, claims he beat her so severely that she suffered a ruptured eardrum and still can’t hear in her left ear according to NBCDFW reports:
“They expect (her ear) to heal but it’ll take a while,” Dallas attorney Kathy Kinser told NBC 5.
Kinser represents Crowley, who wrote in an application for a protective order that she and Manziel dated for two years and lived together for four months in Cleveland before the alleged attack in Dallas last month.
Dallas police re-opened the criminal case on Friday and NBC 5 has reported that police in Fort Worth are also investigating.
Manziel, the Cleveland Browns quarterback who became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy while playing at Texas A&M, agreed to the order, which forbids him from seeing her for two years.
Crowley claims she attempted to leave the hotel but Manziel allegedly “restrained” her from escaping. Later, Crowley says the football star forced her into the car and later attacked her when she tried to flee from him:
“I tried to fight him off,” she said. “I became very scared that he was going to hurt me.”
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She said Manziel continued to restrain her and led her down a back stairway to the valet.
“When we got to the valet, I was crying and begged the valet, ‘Please don’t let him take me. I’m scared for my life,” she wrote. “The valet replied, ‘I don’t know what to do,’ and allowed Manziel to “literally throw me in the front passenger seat of his car.”
“I jumped out of the car and ran across the street and hid behind some bushes,” she said. “He flipped a U-turn and pulled right in to where I was hiding. He grabbed me by my hair and threw me back into the car.”
Crowley said she tried to hit back but Manziel threw her off and she hit her head on the car window and fell on the floorboard.
“Still fearful for my life, I stayed in the floorboard motionless until (Manziel) pulled me back onto the seat. He was telling me to ‘stop’ and wouldn’t let me have my phone.'”
We wonder if this case would be treated differently if the QB was Black instead of an ain’t isht white guy. Read the full application of protective order against Johnny Manziel HERE.