Johnny Manziel gets traffic ticket in North Olmsted

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Johnny Manziel answers questions on Nov. 15. (Fox 8 file photo)

NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio–Johnny Manziel was issued a traffic ticket in North Olmsted on Saturday.

The second-year Browns quarterback was cited for expired plates at 8:28 a.m., according to the North Olmsted Mayor’s Court website. It happened on Interstate 480 at Barton Road.

Manziel’s court date is set for Jan. 21, but he can pay $125 to waive the case.

This news comes as rumors continue to circulate that Manziel was in Las Vegas Saturday night, on the eve of the Browns’ season finale against the Steelers.

ESPN Las Vegas reported Manziel was out a club on The Strip, wearing a blonde wig, fake mustache and glasses. He was reportedly introducing himself as “Billy”

On Wednesday, LeBron James’ LRMR Management Company parted ways with Manziel.

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