VIDEO: Johnny Manziel parties in Miami after case goes to grand jury
Johnny Manziel spent part of last week in South Beach.
If Johnny Manziel's worried about being charged in his domestic violence case, he's not showing it. Just hours after the Dallas Police Department announced on Thursday that Manziel's case had been sent to a grand jury, the Browns quarterback was spotted partying at a club in Miami.
Someone filmed Manziel drinking out of a giant bottle of champagne in South Beach and that video later ended up in the hands of TMZ (who else).
It definitely looks like Manziel went out of his way to go unnoticed at the club: Not only is the 23-year-old wearing a hat, but he's also wearing sunglasses (at night) inside.
It's not quite the blonde wig, fake mustache, glasses, and hoodie that "Billy Manziel" was wearing in Las Vegas, but it's close.
Manziel wasn't incognito the entire night though. He did pose for a few pictures before he visited Story Nightclub in Miami.
Manziel was also more than happy to take a picture with someone at Nautilus Hotel in South Beach (via Instagram).
As for his partying, you can absolutely make the argument that Manziel's an adult and he's allowed to do whatever he wants. However, it should be noted that his constant partying is a concern to everyone around him, including his parents.
Manziel's partying will also likely cost him his job: The Browns are expected to cut him once the new league year begins on March 9. The team made its final decision regarding Manziel shortly after his alleged domestic violence incident with Colleen Crowley on Jan. 30.
Manziel has also been dropped by his agent.
If Manziel's case ends up going to trial, Manziel could face a maximum punishment of one year in jail and a $4,000 fine for the Class A misdemeanor.
Anyway, you can see the entire Manziel video by heading over to TMZ.
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