Deadspin We told you the other day all about Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, including his little arrest last June, when he was charged with three misdemeanors after a late-night fight in College Station. In a nutshell, Manziel got in a fight, a College Station municipal police officer broke up the fight, Manziel handed the cop an ID that said he was 21, the cop was skeptical, and eventually the cop found a fake and a real driver’s license in Manziel’s wallet. Manziel is actually 19. This all took place on June 29 at 2:10 a.m. Now, it was also reported at the time that the fight involved Manziel and a 47-year-old man named Marvin McKinney, and that it started after one of Manziel’s friends, Steven Brant, had allegedly called McKinney “a racial slur.” After McKinney approached Brant, Manziel got between them, but eventually Manziel pushed McKinney, and the two began fighting. Manziel was charged with disorderly conduct, failure to identify, and possession of a fictitious driver’s license.
We here at sportsmasher.com love Johnny Manziel, I mean the dude just beat number one Alabama in Tuscaloosa and of course dressed up as Scooby-Doo and parties with skanks on Halloween so this site has been a “Johnny Football” love fest recently.
So we would be remiss if we did not include a picture of his shirtless mugshot from an arrest last spring. The best part about his arrest was that “Johnny Football” tried to give the cops a fake ID, that is never a good call, Johnny. This was before he was a household name though, and we are talking about Texas, right now he could just say “but officer, I’m Johnny Football” and the cop would probably let him go or even ask for his autograph.