Johnny Manziel Denies Allegations He Destroyed Los Angeles Mansion

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NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel has denied that he played any role in destroying a mansion in Los Angeles, California.

Real estate manager Danny Fitzgerald claims he rented a Weidlake mansion out to a guy named Bryan Chase, but the former Heisman winner was paying the rent, according to TMZ Sports.

Fitzgerald claims Manziel and his crew have caused $180,000 in damages to the house while also now not paying rent. He also told TMZ Sports, “It’s like this is a movie about a frat house … but the worst frat house you have ever seen. It’s like Charles Manson is living here.” (RELATED: Hookstead’s Hot Take: The Media Is Largely Responsible For Johnny Manziel’s Downfall)

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COLLEGE STATION, TX – SEPTEMBER 14: Johnny Manziel #2 of Texas A&M Aggies waits near the bench in the fourth quarter during the game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Kyle Field on September 14, 2013 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

However, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback has fired back at Fitzgerald’s claim.

“I never rented a house in the hills. I’ve been staying with a friend when I’ve been in L.A. which, as of late, has not been much. This guy is upset with a friend of mine and dragging me into it,” Manziel said in a statement to TMZ Sports. (RELATED: Meet The Playboy Model Johnny Manziel Is Vacationing With In Mexico [PHOTOS])

The electric dual-threat quarterback has since returned to Texas A&M for classes. The drama of Johnny Football never appears to end.

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