Report: Johnny Manziel wore wig, fake mustache & glasses in Vegas

There have been plenty of reports regarding Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and his whereabouts over the weekend. According to some reports, Manziel was spotted at a nightclub in Vegas.

Manziel posted a photo claiming he was at home, but that did not stop the rumors.

It all got worse on Sunday when he was AWOL and the team did not know where he was. Manziel eventually resurfaced at the team facility on Monday just in time to learn his head coach and general manager were fired.

Now, there are some even more bizarre reports regarding Manziel over the weekend.

According to ESPN Las Vegas, Manziel showed up at a nightclub in Las Vegas wearing a blonde wig, fake mustache and glasses while going under the alias “Billy.”


“Our sources tell us Manziel was at a popular night club on the strip Saturday night. The QB entered wearing a blonde wig, a fake mustache, glasses, and a hoodie,” the report read. “Manziel introduced himself as ‘Billy.’ He was there into the 3am hour and when it came time to pay the bill, he asked to have it comped because he didn’t bring cash and also didn’t want to put it on his card.

“However, the sources tell us he ended up paying with his card and signing the check. By 3am he appeared to be enjoying the party scene that Vegas is known to offer. The club had Manziel and his crew placed at a VIP table close to the DJ booth. The table is located in one of the darkest areas of the club.

“Manziel dined at the club’s restaurant before going to the nightclub. He was seated at the most private area in the restaurant, which is still out in the open. And yes, he ate with his wig and glasses on.”

This explains why the Browns are reportedly done with the former first-rounder.

If the report proves to be true, let’s hope we get security footage of the wig-wearing “Billy” Manziel.

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