TMZ- More troubling photos involving Johnny Manziel -- a car owned by the ex-NFL star was clearly involved in a bad accident in Dallas ... with the driver's side completely smashed in.
TMZ Sports obtained pics of Manziel's 2015 Nissan GTR -- the same car he was driving during his alleged domestic incident with his ex-GF, Colleen Crowley, last year in Ohio.
Multiple sources tell us the car appeared Monday night at a Dallas apartment complex where Manziel is supposedly staying ... looking like it had been T-boned. You can see in the pics the driver's side airbag was deployed. We've confirmed the car is still registered to Manziel.
We don't know how it happened, who was driving, or if Manziel was even in the car at the time. Cops tell us they have no record of a crash involving Manziel. We're trying to find answers.
Listen, I know the real story isn't the type of car Johnny Manziel was driving when he presumably got t-boned. The real story is that he got into YET ANOTHER accident, apparently fled the scene, and - to put it bluntly - is probably on the fast track to an early grave. However, that narrative is far too dark for a Wednesday morning so I am just going to focus on how stupid it is that he's still whipping the same Nissan GTR - with all black rims - that he is accused of beating his girlfriend in.
Hey Johnny, I don't want to tell you what to do. I am pretty sure enough people have done that already and it clearly has fallen on deaf ears. I just want to let you know that driving the same all white car that you alleged committed a despicable felony (for which you haven't been cleared) in comes off as having waved the white flag on life. That ivory rice burner might as well be a white towel because it appears that you no longer have it in you to even try to protect yourself. I don't know what the bankroll looks like considering you're unemployed and at the club literally every single night of your life, but I would think about leasing something a little more understated until this all blows over. Hell - at the very least - I would think a paint job would be a worthwhile investment. I realize asking you to clean up your act is a losing proposition, but is it out of line to suggest that you insert some less distinguishable props into it?
My first car was an Acura RSX and my parents told me I had to drive safely because I was a young kid in a sporty car. Pretty sure that goes 10-fold when you are a known alcoholic rolling around in the least subtle mobile crime scene of all time. Especially when that mobile crime scene happens to be a type of vehicle that has never been legally parked in a handicapped space.