At Kerrville Tivy High School, Johnny Manziel threw for 2,903 yards and ran for 1,544 as a junior, then threw for 3,609 and ran for 1,674 as senior.He was a three-star recruit, who originally committed to Oregon before signing After redshirting his first year in College Station, Manziel was arrested and jailed in the summer of 2012 after he was involved in a fight and police said the 19-year-old Manziel gave them a fake ID.Manziel later pleaded guilty Manziel was sent home from the Manning Passing Academy after showing up late for the camp's morning meetings.It was reported Manziel was spotted on Bourbon Street - four hours away - the previous night."The idea behind Pass the Peace is simple: It’s a promise. "I wanted to take part in this campaign because it's so easy to forget the many women who live their lives in fear because of domestic violence.Men have an important role to play in sending out the message that real men do not hurt or abuse their partners." —Ian Somerhalder British actor and radio DJ Reggie Yates, best known for his role as Leo Jones in Doctor Who and for his work at BBC in radio and television, also chose to take part in the "Real Men" campaign against domestic violence.In December 2009, more than 100 celebrities added their name to the United States Department of Justice’s ‘Join the List’ initiative to raise awareness about violence against women.
Domestic violence can result in physical injury, psychological trauma, and in severe cases, even death. It's violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner.Unfortunately, domestic violence affects 20 people per minute in the US, which totals to 10 million people per year, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.It started when he was five years old and he said he became an expert in the process of domestic violence, something a child should never be.Sir Patrick told the audience that domestic violence affects everyone because “no one escapes the trauma of those experiences”.As today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we thought we’d take a look at some celebs who have gone above and beyond to speak out for the cause.Not only is Charlize unbelievably talented and drop-dead gorgeous, she founded her own charity in 2007 and she’s an United Nations Messenger of Peace. Charlize is fully aware of the horrors of domestic abuse herself as she saw her abused mother kill her father in self-defense when she was younger, and she travelled to the DRC in 20 to raise awareness about violence against women.The fight to end violence against women is a colossal one, with 1 in 3 modern day women experiencing a form of abuse at some time in her life.But at least we know that with celebs like these bringing the issue forward into the spotlight, the future does look just a little bit brighter.In a 1999 advert called “Real Men Don’t Rape” she talks about the high numbers of rape in South Africa and ends by saying she didn’t know how to describe what the “men in South Africa are like” as “there seem to be so few of them out there”.In 2009, actor Patrick Stewart (aka X-Men’s Professor X) delivered a now infamous speech at Amnesty International, where he revealed that his father was a ‘weekend drunk’ who abused his mother from Friday to Sunday right in front of him.