Open House: Johnny Manziel is being sued for trashing a mansion in Los Angeles

Johnny Manziel is in trouble again
Johnny Manziel is in trouble again

Free agent NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel is being sued by a real estate broker for damages to a Los Angeles home he rented earlier this spring, according to TMZ Sports.

Nicholas Goodwin is claiming that Manziel, under the alias of "Travis," rented a 5,000 square foot home in April, with the understanding that he'd be forced "to pay a huge fine if more than 15 people came to the house at one time."

According to the report, Manziel threw multiple sizable parties in the house, and the guests "were consuming drugs and alcohol on the property."

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Goodwin is reportedly suing for $40,000 in damages "for things like expensive rugs, broken glasses, tables, bathroom doors, statues, couches and more." It also includes a $10,000 "party penalty."

The news comes weeks after TMZ published a report citing quotes from Manziel's friends detailing how they feared for the quarterback's life.

"If he continues this way for much longer he will die," one source said. "He's in a horrible downward spiral," said another.

In May, Manziel briefly went missing before getting spotted at 1 Oak nightclub in Manhattan.

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