According to a police report, a Cleveland fan started a brawl with Browns QB Johnny Manziel and his entourage Friday night that turned into a “riot” involving 20 men and two security guards.

The alleged victim, 33-year-old Sandusky resident Chris Gonos, reported to police that he and his girlfriend spotted Manziel while waiting for an elevator at the high-end apartment complex, where many Cleveland professional athletes live, and professed his love to the rookie quarterback.

Gonos told police he pointed Manziel out to his girlfriend: “That’s Johnny Manziel.” Then he approached him.

According to the report, “at this time victim stated to the unidentified male, ‘I’m the biggest Browns fan ever, I love you, I want to give you a hug.'”

Gonos stepped towards Manziel and was promptly punched in the face, the alleged victim’s account to police says, followed by a beat down by Manziel’s crew, giving the man a “swollen lip, right eye swollen, red face.” A security guard intervened and also was hurt.

Kenny Didier, general manager of The 9, told Scene “We have no comment on any of that.”

We reached out to the Browns for comment and will update with the team’s response
Here's a copy of the police report...

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he deserves to be punched for trying to hug johnny football. dummy
Reply82 months
So because he is more famous/rich, these grown men are his responsibility?
Reply82 months
This pathetic individual deserved to be punched. Classic false idol worship back firing with a swift dose of reality.
Reply82 months
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