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The late-night altercation may have been spurred by Thomson’s relationship with Hollywood party boy Dan Bilzerian, according to TMZ, which said the real estate agent partied with the poker player and his posse a few weeks ago.
One source told the celebrity gossip website that Rosenhaus, 48, was upset that his wife had posed for photos while partying with Bilzerian that made her look “like a Spring Break party chick.” But another source told TMZ that Rosenhaus didn’t care about the pictures or his wife’s relationship with Bilzerian.
Bilzerian, whose name surfaced in a 2011 Daily News report when Alex Rodriguez was being investigated by Major League Baseball and the FBI for his alleged involvement in illegal poker games at the home of a Beverly Hills record producer where a fight allegedly broke out and drugs were being openly used, confirmed to The News Monday that he had partied recently with Thomson.
“I guess they have pictures of her hanging out with me.” TMZ said Thomson, 29, called police after Rosenhaus’ brother called her a “whore” and an “alcoholic.” Rosenhaus gave her trash bags and told her to pack her stuff and leave the home.Thomson called police, the website said, because she was concerned about a gun in the home, although nobody threatened to use the weapon and it was never brandished during the altercation.Thomson, according to the police report, packed up some personal items and left the home for the night to avoid further arguments.Johnny Manziel said he is prepared to do what is necessary as he eyes a potential return to the NFL this season, even after a whirlwind week that culminated in the embattled quarterback being dropped by his second agent in two months."I'm hoping to take care of the issues in front of me right now, so I can focus on what I have to do if I want to play in 2016," Manziel said in a statement provided to and other media."I also continue to be thankful to those who really know me and support me."The statement comes on the heels of agent Drew Rosenhaus' officially terminating his representation of Manziel, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."So many people only have one image of Jonathan, but believe it or not, he takes all this very seriously," Manziel's spokesperson Denise Michels told
"He's hoping that he can clear up his personal issues, start interviewing agents and see what he needs to do if he wants to play this year."Manziel's statement did not detail what measures he would take to address said issues.