Johnny Manziel Wasted Again At Coachella Music Festival?
Former American football quarterback Johnny Manziel appeared to have wasted his life further after being spotted like a party animal and allegedly out-of-control at the Coachella music festival over the weekend.Advertisement
According to the source of Page Six, the ex-Cleveland Browns player “arrived wasted, partied wasted and stayed wasted.”
“Scott Disick was hanging with Manziel and Kendall and Kylie Jenner,” the source narrated. “It appeared as if [Manziel] crashed their table. He poured himself drinks from their bottles.”
“He was stumbling as [singer] Post Malone hit the stage . . . He was dancing and sweaty,” the source added.
“He was mostly sitting in a corner with his friends, chain-smoking,” the unnamed witness further narrated, while adding that Johnny Manziel and his friends were with “five to seven girls” when they left the venue at 3:00 a.m.
Prior to this news, Page Six already revealed in a separate report that the NFL player may need to answer more questions, particularly about alcohol and drugs, after throwing a “wild party” at a rented house in Los Angeles.
Following that, the Texas-born QB was served a legal demand amounting to $32,000 for allegedly damaging the $4.5 million pad. Accordingly, the place was rented to the six-footer by LA Exotic Life real estate broker Nicholas Goodwin.
“Mr. Manziel threw large parties on both nights, causing extensive damage . . . Evidence suggests [Manziel] and his guests were consuming drugs and alcohol . . . and that they caused a disturbance to the neighborhood, “ Goodwin’s lawyer Niki Ghazian said in a letter to Johnny Manziel’s representatives.
In the meantime, ESPN reported that he lost his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, in the middle of last week.
“I have terminated the standard representation with Johnny Manziel in the hopes of helping him get the treatment I believe he needs,” he said. “I have informed him that if he takes the immediate steps I have outlined for him that I will rescind the termination and continue to represent him.”