Less than one year after Johnny Manziel left drug and alcohol rehab, the Cleveland Browns quarterback was caught on video partying with friends, and RadarOnline.com has the shocking clip.
The 2014 draftee was seen partying with friends at Clutch Bar and Restaurant in downtown Dallas, Texas, for most of the afternoon into the evening on January 24, according to insiders.
Clad in a white tee and baseball hat, "he was really enjoying himself and having a good time dancing," an eyewitness told Radar. "He was there for a while. He and his friends had bottles and were drinking a good amount."
According to the source, Manziel was rooting for the Pats, but after their 20-18 loss, she asked him who he thought would win the Super Bowl, to which he says in the video, "'Denver now!"
Throughout the game, the 23-year-old quarterback tried to avoid the cameras, actively avoiding photo-ops with fans. He also appeared to have a security team with him, the witness told Radar. But he couldn't escape this camera!
Manziel can be seen clutching a beverage and bouncing along to the music in the club while hanging out on a platform looming over the crowd.
As Radar reported, Manziel voluntarily entered rehab on January 28, 2015, and left in April just in time for the Cleveland Browns' off-season schedule.
But a sober lifestyle hasn't seemed to stick, and he's been spotted out partying several times in recent months.