The Real Deal Los Angeles

Former Browns QB Johnny Manziel allegedly trashed West Hollywood house

Owner said he found cocaine, mushrooms, champagne glass in a tree
April 15, 2016 02:00PM

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Even Kathy Griffin wasn’t amused.

Johnny Manziel, Texas oil heir and former Browns quarterback, allegedly threw such raucous back-to-back parties at a rented West Hollywood house earlier this month that neighbors, including the red-headed comedian, were prompted to call the cops.

In throwing two all-night house parties, Manziel and his friend allegedly caused thousands in damages to the $4.5 million pad. The owner, Nicholas Goodwin of LA Exotic Life, a company that rents vacation properties and equipment, is now demanding $32,000 from Manziel for allegedly leaving booze and drugs all over the house, breaking a glass table and staining the carpet with wine and cigarette stains.

Pictures show white powder on a table and a bag of what’s said to be magic mushrooms.

Goodwin told the New York Post that when he returned to his house at 2 p.m. the following day, Manziel was still sleeping on the couch.

“There was cocaine all over the kitchen table, and mushrooms were still out on the table in front of him,” he said. “There was booze everywhere…broken glasses over the floor and a champagne glass in a tree.” [NYP]Cathaleen Chen