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Is Johnny Manziel being sued for sexual harassment?

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Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is the subject of a federal lawsuit apparently filed in a Florida court. The suit, filed by a woman named Samantha Schacher states that the NFL quarterback has been sexually harassing her since 24th December 2013.

Before we go on further, let us state that this lawsuit is clearly a hoax and will most likely be thrown out of court very soon.

There are words misspelt and details which are so scandalous that quite simply it can't be true. Manziel's agent himself has taken the opportunity to reject the suits authenticity.

Erik Burkhardt said: "This joke "lawsuit" is obviously 1000000% fake and/ or frivolous. Embarrassing I even have say this after reading the nonsense."

However, just because the suit is a complete fake doesn't mean that we can't marvel in the creativity used by whoever dreamed this up.

You can check out the entire lawsuit here, but these are some of the sensational details:

"Defendant keeps asking me to strip for him at his boy, Lebron James' crip in Miami.... Johnny Manziel told me Texas A&M provides him with lavish gifts circumventing NCAA rules."

The suit also alleges that Manziel showed Ms Schacher his penis on a number of occasions and made crude sexual comments to the plaintiff.

Once again, this suit is clearly a hoax and really seems to be a waste of any court's time to deal with.


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