Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and girlfriend Texas Christian University cheerleader Colleen Elizabeth Crowley raised concerns after engaging in a domestic dispute on the side of the interstate, TMZ reports.
Police reports revealed the incident happened Monday afternoon in Avon, OH. A witness called the police after noticing the football star was driving at 90 mph, passing her on the Interstate 90 westbound. The couple got into an argument and Crowley threw Manziel’s wallet out the window. He allegedly pushed her head out the window during the argument.
Once police intervened, the couple both admitted to drinking earlier in the day.
Crowley had an abrasion on her arm, but stemmed from Manziel trying to keep her the car while it was moving. Cops concluded they couple were not a threat to one another and Crowley was allowed to ride home with Manziel. Neither were charged with a crime.
The Browns released a statement about the incident, assuring they will speak with the player privately.
We were aware of the situation. It is a matter that we take seriously and have expressed our concerns to Johnny directly. Those conversations will remain private and we will refrain from further comment at this time.
The couple also released separate statements on Twitter and Instagram, with Manziel downplaying the dispute.
The quarterback previously spent 10 weeks in rehab over his troubles with alcohol. Known for his partying ways before his career with the Browns, Manziel’s drinking became a problem for his team when he started missing training sessions.
SOURCE: TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram