Johnny Manziel Went Out in Hollywood And Left With an FSU Model

Last night Johnny Manziel went out in Hollywood and left with two hot girls. 

This was very similar to my night in LA.

Minus the two hot girls and the going out in Hollywood part.

I particularly like how happy the two girls are to be caught by the TMZ cameras.  

It's the best possible thing that could ever happen to their careers. 

One of the girls, a Florida State model -- good Lord, it's hard to think of a much hotter descriptive device -- is named Lauren Victoria Hanley, and, of course, she's on Instagram. 

Here's the TMZ video. 

Johnny loves his teammates, y'all. Probably not as much as he loves the coed Southern bikini model he left the club with, but close, really close. 

Here's one of the pictures from Lauren's Instagram account. 



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