A grand jury has indicted Johnny Manziel for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley back in January.
Crowley initially told police Manziel struck her several times, during an argument in the car after leaving a bar in Dallas. Crowley reportedly claimed “I’m scared for my life.”
Dallas police initially declined to charge Manziel and seemingly closed the case before reopening it and sending it off to a grand jury to decide if charges should be brought against him.
CBS radio in Dallas was first to report the grand jury’s indictment of Manziel for misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.
The troubled QB is under the impression the grand jury has not yet handed up charges.
If convicted, Manziel faces up to a year in county jail.
This only adds to the issues of his heavily partying and refusal to enter a treatment facility, all of which have led to him being cut by the Cleveland Browns, two agencies and losing sponsorships.