Upholding his reputation as the Justin Bieber of the college football world, Johnny Manziel is at the center of yet another scandal.
And this one may take away his eligibility for the upcoming season.
An autograph broker on eBay spoke to ESPN's Joe Schad on the condition of anonymity and said Maziel's personal assistant approached him last season to let him know the quarterback now required compensation in exchange for his signature.
This broker's account follows a report by Outside the Lines yesterday which states the NCAA is looking into whether Manziel was paid for signing numerous items in January, with sources claiming he received a five-figure flat fee during his trip to Miami for the BCS title game.
According to NCAA Bylaw 126.96.36.199, accepting money for promoting or advertising the commercial sale of a product or service makes one ineligible to play college football.
Texas A&M Head Coach Kevin Sumlin told reporters that that "our university is doing its due diligence to find out the facts" regarding the latest Manziel scandal.