The Johnny Manziel party train rolled through Los Angeles this month and apparently, Johnny Football upset a few of his neighbors.

Manziel was staying in a rental house just north of the West Hollywood area and, according to the real estate broker who rented him the place, Manziel threw a few ragers during his two-night stay (April 4-6).

According to the Huffington Post, things got so crazy on the second night of Manziel's stay that Kathy Griffin called police to complain about the noise coming from Manziel's place. The former star of Life on the D-List probably should've given Manziel a few pointers about being on the D-List, because that's where his life seems to be headed.  

Griffin wasn't the only one who called the cops, either -- someone else called the police on the first night of Manziel's rager. 

The guy who rented the place to Manziel, real estate broker Nicholas Goodwin, told HuffPost that between 40 and 70 people showed up at Manziel's place each night to party.

The house that Manziel rented has a security camera, which is why Goodwin had a rough idea of just how many people were there.

The house suffered about $20,000 in damages from Manziel's partying.

Goodwin also wants Manziel to pay $5,000 per night for throwing the parties, because there was a clause in the rental agreement that called for a higher nightly price if more than three people were going to be staying in the house. Manziel had told Goodwin that only two or three people would be staying there per night.

In total, Goodwin is asking for an extra $32,000 from Manziel.

The partying wasn't the only thing that got out of hand for Manziel last week. Three days after he checked out of the rental house, Manziel was a passenger in a hit-and-run. Manziel hasn't been charged with any wrongdoing, but apparently, he could've been seriously injured in the wreck.

TMZ obtained a post-crash photo of the car, and the vehicle was smashed. The wreck occurred on the night of April 9 after Manziel's friend, Ryan Silverstein, ran his Mercedes into a light pole. Police are still investigating the single-car incident.

According to TMZ, Manziel is 'lucky to be alive.' Not only did every airbag in the car go off, but the passenger side of the vehicle was completely smashed. In a weird twist, Manziel allegedly left the scene after catching a ride from former teammate Josh Gordon.

Manziel said on April 8 that he hasn't been partying, but that's clearly not the case.

"The L.A. party scene is alright," Manziel said on April 8. "I'm not really partying, though. I'm just out with some buddies. No drinking. Hanging with the boys, man. ... I'm out at the spots. I'm eating good food. Not doing anything crazy though, being smart. ... I'm not always partying. I'm just out having a good time with my boys and not drinking."

No one believes Manziel anymore when he says he's not drinking, especially his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. The agent said this week that if Manziel doesn't enter treatment, then he's going to cut ties with the former Browns quarterback.

Please, no more parties in L.A. (USATSI)
Please, no more parties in L.A. (USATSI)