WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has faced two suits in two consecutive days.
- Based on both complaints, Watson assaulted the two massage therapists by “touching” them with his penis and acting aggressively.
- The lawyer of both accusers said that more suits are on the way.
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has once again received another suit for sexually harassing another massage therapist.
The incident allegedly took place in August 2020, just months after the first accuser — also a massage therapist — was similarly assaulted by the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback.
The first complaint declared that “it became apparent that Watson wanted a massage for only one reason — sex.”
Watson denied the allegation, saying that he has “never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect” and that he looked forward to clearing his name. He also said he rejected a “baseless six-figure settlement demand” made before the first accuser came forward. The 25-year-old quarterback hasn’t commented on the second complaint.
Based on both complaints that consecutively surfaced on Tuesday and Wednesday, Watson assaulted the two massage therapists by “touching” them with his penis and acting aggressively.
Apparently, more suits are on the way.
Attorney Tony Buzbee, who is representing both women, said on social media he will be filing a total of six cases on behalf of women charging Watson with misconduct.
“Watson’s behavior is part of a disturbing pattern of preying on vulnerable women,” read the second complaint filed on Wednesday.
According to the second plaintiff, referred to as Jane Doe for identity protection, Watson reached out to her on Instagram and flew her from Atlanta to a hotel suite in Houston for a massage session on August 28. She found it “somewhat peculiar” that an “NFL player would seek a massage from her, because she is not yet a well-known masseuse.”
The complaint said that instantly, the football player got nude completely. He refused to cover his penis, saying he “gets hot easily” while also “aggressively redirecting Plaintiff towards his anus.”
The plaintiff worked on Watson’s inner thigh as previously discussed, and just ignored his request. Watson became “more aggressive,” and intently moved to cause “Plaintiff’s hand to touch Watson’s genitals.”
The complaint further said that the plaintiff stopped the massage and later exited the hotel room while the football player was taking a shower.
Watson only paid her half of the bill, but she was “so disturbed by the incident that she did not seek the other half of payment,” the complaint added.
Both massage therapists are seeking “minimal compensatory damages” from Watson, who signed a four-year contract worth up to $156 million last fall, of which $73 million is guaranteed.
Source: New York Post