Johnny Manziel’s ex-girlfriend: He acted like he was ‘on some kind of drugs’ during fight

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FORT WORTH, Texas - A police report has been released from the altercation between Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley over the weekend in Fort Worth, Texas.

According to the report, Crowley and Manziel had met up early in the evening of January 30 at a hotel in Dallas along with a group of friends.

Click here to read the police report on the incident

Once Crowley and Manziel were alone, she told police that he became aggressive towards her. Crowley said he was acting like he was "on some kind of drugs" and hit her several times on the left side of her head.

Manziel told TMZ Sports that he did not hit Crowley during the altercation. He also said he didn't threaten her life or his own, "I'm completely stable. I'm safe and secure."

When they left the hotel, Manziel told Crowley he would drive her home so she didn't drive while intoxicated, according to the report. She said once they left the hotel, they both got into Crowley's car. She said that Manziel hit her several more times while he was driving.

Crowley told officers that once they got back to her apartment in the early morning, she ran away from Manziel to a neighbor and Manziel left the area on foot.

As police questioned Crowley, she said she did not want to press charges or file a report, according to the report.

Police used a helicopter to attempt to locate Manziel since he fled the area on foot. Crowley told police he may have gone to his family home nearby, but she was not sure of the address.

Since police could not locate Manziel and the alleged assault happened in another city's jurisdiction, only an information report was filed by Fort Worth.

Fox 8 reached out to the Cleveland Browns and they shared the following statement:

"We are aware of the reports and have nothing to add to our previous statement at this time."

In October, Manziel was questioned by police in Northeast Ohio after witnesses reported him driving dangerously and getting physical in an altercation with his girlfriend.

Manziel, the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner for Texas A&M, has played for the Cleveland Browns since 2014.

On Thursday afternoon, the Dallas Police Department released the following statement:

The Dallas Police Department has conducted the appropriate investigative follow-up to the report forwarded to us by the Ft. Worth Police Department regarding an alleged incident involving Johnny Manziel.  Investigative efforts to date have not resulted in the filing of a criminal complaint and the incident is determined to be closed.  No further statement is expected at this time.