Former NFL star Manziel’s stunning ex-wife Bre Tiesi shakes bum at ‘craziest divorce party’ with bikini-clad pals

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Former NFL star Manziel’s stunning ex-wife Bre Tiesi shakes bum at ‘craziest divorce party’ with bikini-clad pals

THE former wife of ex-NFL star Johnny Manziel celebrated their divorce by throwing a PARTY. Breana Tiesi took to social media to show off snaps

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THE former wife of ex-NFL star Johnny Manziel celebrated their divorce by throwing a PARTY.

Breana Tiesi took to social media to show off snaps of her at the party alongside her bikini-clad friends, and even marked the occasion with a celebratory bum shake.

Manziel saw the funny side to the post

The 30-year-old stunner has been separated from 28-year-old Manziel since 2019 but marked their official divorce in some style.

She was joined by a collection of her pals for the party in sunny Miami.

And Tiesi posted a collection of saucy snaps to her Instagram, much to the delight of her near 500,000 followers.

She captioned the post: “I do, I did, I’m officially done. Thanks to all my girls for the craziest divorce party. No shade to J, wish you nothing but the best, love ya.”

Tiesi went all out by wearing a skimpy swimming costume with the word ‘single’ blasted across the rear.

Manziel himself saw the funny side though, and commented with ten laughing emojis on her post.

Tiesi and Manziel got engaged in 2017 and tied the knot a year later.


But the divorce has been in the pipeline since 2019 and it’s now finally official.

And after waiting two years for the paperwork to be complete her divorce cake read: “I do, I did, I’m officially done. Divorced at last…” in the shape of a broken heart.

Manziel is a former first round pick in the NFL draft, and won the Heisman trophy for best college footballer in America in 2012.

But he left the league within two season of being drafted as his once promising NFL career fizzled out to a disappointing end.



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