On Thursday, the Dallas Police Department said they would not seek to press any charges against Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who allegedy hit his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley last Saturday night.
On Friday, things changed a bit; Well actually things changed a lot.
“This is an ongoing investigation and updates will be made as information becomes available,” a press release from the DPD stated, per ESPN.
Ms. Crowley also had a statement of her own:
“On Feb. 5, I met with domestic violence specialists at the Dallas Police Department,” she said in a statement released to WFAA in Dallas. “I provided them with a complete description of the events on the night of January 29th and answered their questions. I don’t know what will happen next with this case — that’ll be up to the Dallas Police Department. I am hopeful that everyone will understandably respect my wish for privacy at this time.”
The story of Johnny Manziel is moving fast this week and many are very concerned about his future. His family told the media that they have tried twice to get him into rehab this week, only for Manziel to leave both times.
Crowley has been granted a protection order against him in which he must stay at least 500 feet from her home and place of work for two years.
The news of an investigation comes one day after Manziel was dropped by his agent Erik Burkhardt.