On Thursday, troubling details from Johnny Manziel's alleged incident with ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley emerged.

The Fort Worth Police Department released a report that confirms Crowley was the female with Manziel in the early Saturday morning incident. In that police report, Crowley alleged that Manziel struck her several times at Hotel ZaZa in Dallas. Crowley told police that Manziel was not intoxicated at the time.

During a car ride to Fort Worth, Crowley alleged that Manziel, who was driving, struck her several times. Once back at her apartment, Crowley said she ran to a neighbor's place for help and Manziel fled by foot.

According to police, Crowley became "increasingly uncooperative" and didn't allow them to photograph her injuries. Police wrote in their report that Crowley was "vague" when describing the details of the alleged assault.

The NFL and the Browns are both aware of the report, which you can read here via the Houston Chronicle.

This isn't Manziel's first incident with Crowley. Back in October, he was involved in an alleged roadside altercation.

Earlier this week, the Browns released a statement regarding Manziel that seemed to indicate he's not in their plans moving forward.

A police report of Johnny Manziel's alleged incident was released Thursday. (USATSI)