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Johnny Manziel's Dad Gets Real About The Football Player's Drug Issues: 'I Hope He Goes To Jail'

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This is pretty crazy.

Johnny Manziel has had more than his fair share of legal troubles the last few years, many of which may stem from some type of substance abuse issues, but now the NFL player's problems sound BAD.

Related: Johnny Jokes After Arrest For Domestic Violence!

That's because one of the people who knows Manziel best — his father, Paul — has gotten right down to the point of it in an interview with ESPN, and the dad isn't holding back at all.

About his son's path in life, Paul said:

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This Dad Just Took Out A $900 Full-Page Dating Ad For His 48-Year-Old Son — WITHOUT His Permission!

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And they say romance is dead. They said the same thing about newspapers! Ha!

Over the weekend, Arthur Brooks dropped almost $1K on a full-page newspaper dating ad… but it wasn't for him! The Beverly Hills man wrote the love pitch from the perspective of his 48-year-old son, Baron!

The Coeur d'Alene Press ad explains that the Salt Lake City resident has never been married and wants kids "as soon as possible!"

Is it medically possible to die of embarrassment?

Related: Donald Trump Lost $50 Million Running His Campaign!

But the bulletin even goes on to describe Baron's Arthur's requirements for female suitors, saying they must be "attractive being height and weight proportional."

And while the 34-38 age range is "flexible," there are some traits that are listed as "MUSTS!"

For example, the potential lady love must

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The $50 Million Donald Trump Lost To His Campaign Is Nothing — See A (Long) List Of His Failed Businesses HERE!

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Things have gotten so bad for Donald Trump that you almost feel sorry for him…

Ha!! Just kidding!! We love seeing the bigoted bloviator squirm!

This week, it's news that he just lost $50 million, sucked down into the black hole that is his campaign for the presidency.

The real estate "mogul" turns out not to be much of a mogul at all, and today's money madness is FAR from the only fact that proves it.

But don't take our word for it! Just peruse his looooooong list of failures (below) and see for yourself!

CLICK HERE to view "All The Times Donald Trump Failed At Business!"

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Some Businessman He Is — Donald Trump Just Lost $50 Million Running His Disaster Of A Campaign!

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Won't somebody give a handout to poor Donald Trump?!

The GOP presidential candidate is now officially $50 million in the hole after a "personal loan" he made to his own campaign last month is now officially a contribution — meaning he will not see a dime of that money back!

Related: Donald Gave Young Daniel Radcliffe The WORST Advice!

Back on May 13, The Donald loaned his campaign $50 million with the intention that it wouldn't be a big deal — just a short-term investment the campaign could pay back quickly.

Well… things didn't turn out that way. Campaign contribution rules would have required Trump's campaign to pay that loan back by August, and that's just not going to happen.

In a press release on Thursday, the real estate mogul's team dropped a statement painting this whole financial meltdown in the most positive light they could… but it still looks pretty bad (below):

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Loosen Your Belt Because Burger King Just Unveiled Its New Mac N' Cheetos!

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The fast food gods have answered our prayers!

Recently, Burger King just unveiled its new product and they totally outdid themselves!

Related: Burger King Unveils A Whopper With A BRIGHT RED BUN!

Called the Mac N' Cheetos, the fast food chain will sell fried macaroni and cheese sticks covered in Cheetos-breading! Basically, it's a mozzarella stick that looks like a giant Cheeto puff!

This yummy item is the result of a partnership between BK and Frito-Lay, the company that owns Cheetos, Doritos, Ruffles, and other famous chips!

The Mac N' Cheetos will be sold for eight weeks until supplies last. It will only set you back $2.49 for five sticks, and contains 310 calories. Not bad!

RUN, don't walk, to your nearest BK!

[Image via Burger King.]

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Woman Banned From National Parks For Painting Graffiti — With Her Instagram Handle — On Protected Rocks!

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This woman maybe isn't the sharpest tool in the shed…

Casey Nocket, 23, has been banned from all of the U.S. National Parks after she admitted to defacing protected rocks with graffiti artwork — including her social media handle (!!) — and then posting photos to Instagram.

Nocket initially committed the crimes in 2014, though only now has her case gone through to U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheila K. Oberto, who sentenced her to 200 hours of community service work in addition to the ban on going to National Parks.

Related: Vanessa Hudgens Punished For Defacing A Red Rock Wall

Nocket, who pleaded guilty to seven counts of depredation against government property regarding six national parks in Oregon, California, Utah and Colorado, will also have to pay a fine.

That amount, which will help remove the graffiti from the protected rocks, will be announced at a future hearing.

Acting U.S. Attorney Philip A. Talbert outlined just how harmful Nocket has been to rock formations in the great outdoors, telling the media after the decision:

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Over 400 Neglected Animals — Including Cats, Rabbits, Turtles, & Even An Alligator — Rescued From A Single Disgusting Home!

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This must have been one truly disgusting rescue mission.

When you hear "Operation Noah's Ark", you may be inclined to imagine a group of people pleasantly interacting with sets of beautiful animals.

Unfortunately, that couldn't be further from the truth… as authorities in Upstate New York just rescued more than 400 animals from a home in worse than dire living conditions!

Related: Jaguar Shot Dead After Being Forced To Pose For Olympics Photo

According to the Nassau County SPCA, workers were called to a home on Tuesday when neighbors reported strange smells and noises coming from the house… only to find hundreds of birds, turtles, and other pets and wildlife left to die.

Apparently, home owner Gary Gruber had become too old to take care of the animals himself, and despite his best efforts, the creatures were living inside feces-encrusted cages that took eight hours to clean.

Of the 400+ animals found, authorities identified 251 birds, 151 turtles, four reptiles and a dozen mammals — including rabbits, prairie dogs, a chinchilla, a skunk, and even African Grey parrots and other endangered tortoise species!

This news comes less than a year after Gary was cited for keeping a 4-foot long alligator in his home… but for some reason, he was allowed to keep his six cats and dogs despite potentially facing animal cruelty charges.

Thankfully, the birds and turtles have been taken to a wildlife sanctuary in Long Island.

[Image via Newsday.]

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