"The complaint is stricken as immaterial, impertinent and scandalous," U.S. District Court judge Steven Merryday wrote in a May 28 order obtained by Lindsay H. Jones of USA Today Sports.
After a Florida district court accepted the lawsuit on May 16, Manziel agent Erik Burkhardt took to Twitter to call the complaint "1000000% fake and/or frivolous."
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport was later told by a court clerk that the suit likely was the creation of a "frequent filer" known to create phony lawsuits.
The filing called for a restraining order against Manziel and $25 million in "punitive damages for emotional distress" on behalf of Samantha Schacher.
An HLN contributor, Schacher quickly tweeted to call the suit "100% a hoax." The court agrees.