Police have released a dashcam video showing Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel being pulled over in North Olmsted, Ohio–just days before he allegedly went to Las Vegas.
Cleveland.com, which obtained the 9-minute clip, shows a traffic stop on Interstate 480 near Barton Road, ending with Manziel getting a citation from an officer for having expired license plates. The website noted that the incident occurred before he went to Las Vegas.
He was behind the wheel of a white, two-door 2015 Nissan, which is the same car Manziel drove in October when police responded to an alleged domestic incident involving his girlfriend Colleen Crowley.
This week, LeBron James’ marketing agency cut ties with Manziel.
James and his associates at LRMR — long-time friends Maverick Carter, Rich Paul and Randy Mims — will no longer be working with Manziel after mutually agreeing to end their partnership. LRMR has been handling endorsement deals for Manziel since he got drafted into the NFL.
Cleveland.com first reported the end of James’ ties to Manziel, who missed Cleveland’s season finale Sunday after he was spotted partying in Las Vegas over the weekend. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said the 23-year-old Manziel missed a medical treatment as part of a mandatory concussion protocol he’s following. Manziel was back at the team’s facility Monday for exit meetings, but he did not speak with the media.
“I will continue to support and advise him as a friend,” Carter said. “However, because Johnny needs to focus on personal growth, the next phase of his career and because LRMR continues to expand beyond marketing, we made the mutual decision that it was best to terminate our business relationship.”
With The Associated Press.