Johnny Manziel reportedly trashed rented mansion, owes $32,000 in damages

It never ends for Johnny Manziel.

The troubled quarterback is currently out of a job and recently was involved in a domestic violence incident where he allegedly threatened to kill himself and his ex-girlfriend. Now, in the latest misstep off the field, a home owner is accusing Manziel of being out of control.

Manziel allegedly caused $32,000 in damage after throwing a big party at a rented mansion in Los Angeles.

Per reports, Manziel’s parties were out of control and neighbors were prompted to call police. Manziel and his buddies “left the house strewn with booze and drugs, broke an expensive glass table and a bathroom door, and left wine stains and cigarette burns on carpets.”

If that wasn’t bad enough, there was “suspicious white powder on a table, and an opened bag of what is claimed to be magic mushrooms.”

Geez, Johnny, get it together.

Images of the trashed mansion can be seen here.

It gets worse for Manziel, too, with the real estate broker Nicholas Goodwin and his company, LA Exotic Life, threatening to sue. When Goodwin got the house, Manziel was passed out on the couch two hours after he was supposed to check out.

Along with a sleeping Manziel on the couch, the drugs and alcohol were everywhere.

“They were supposed to check out at noon. Manziel was passed out . . . There was cocaine all over the kitchen table, and mushrooms were still out on the table in front of him. There was booze everywhere . . . broken glasses over the floor and a Champagne glass in a tree.” He added, “If they don’t respond to our demand for compensation, we will sue.”

It’s clearer than ever that Johnny Manziel needs some serious help, so let’s hope he gets himself in order. Drew Rosenhaus dropping Manziel as a client and urging him to go back to rehab would be a great start.

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