After Johnny Manziel's ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, filed for a protective order last week, some more details are coming out about the fallout of the incident with Manziel.
Following the disgusting account that came out about Manziel hitting Crowley and threatening to kill her came out, Crowley reportedly suffered a ruptured eardrum from how hard Manziel hit her, her attorney Kathy Kinser told NBC5 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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"They expect (the ear) to heal, but it'll take a while," Kinser said to the news station. Dallas PD have recently opened a criminal investigation into the domestic assault case and while nothing new has come out regarding the investigation, the ruptured eardrum is certainly an alarming development.
Manziel denied the account to TMZ last week and Crowley was issued a protective order from Manziel. As a result, Manziel is not allowed to go near Crowley for two years.
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A copy of the affidavit was released and Crowley goes into detail about how she can still not hear out of her ear.
"He hit me with his open hand on my left ear for jumping out of the car," said Crowley in the affidavit. "I realized immediately that I could not hear out of that ear, and I cannot today."
The more that comes out about this, the worse it sounds for Manziel and the more ugly things continue to get.