Attorneys for football superstar Deshaun Watson responded to a lawsuit regarding sexual misconduct allegations on Monday, denying this claim partly because some women claimed Watson had taken improper actions against them. Continue to cooperate with Watson after the act.
Twenty-two women have performed well against the Houston Texans quarterback, saying that he forced sexual contact with them during massages in 2020 or early this year.
In response to one of the plaintiffs, Ashely Solis, the defense lawyer Rusty Hardin wrote: “These lawsuits are full of mischaracterizations of Mr. Watson’s behavior.”
The plaintiff initially filed the lawsuit anonymously in the name of Jane Doe, and then the court said that these women must prove their identity to continue the lawsuit. Watson’s lawyer said that without a name, the quarterback would not have the opportunity to defend his claims.
Harding said in the document: “At least five plaintiffs chose to cooperate with Mr. Watson, even though they claimed that Mr. Watson had taken offensive and positive actions in previous meetings.
“Of course, this raises the question, why do they agree to receive follow-up treatment when they claim that their experience makes them feel like they want to’vomit’ and cause them to’no longer accept massage clients,’ because they are worried about this Will happen. Repeat this harassment.”
Harding also said that the plaintiff, Tangie Johnson, massaged him in a session following his alleged misconduct with Watson. According to Harding, the plaintiff Krystle Da Rosa (Krystle Da Rosa) even asked Watson to work, even if he was allegedly inappropriate for her.
Houston attorney Anthony Buzbee, who represents all women, said the response contained vague and false allegations.
“As one might expect, Deshaun Watson’s only defense is that these brave women lied, as one might expect, despite the statements made by his lawyer,” Bouzby said.
Watson spent all four seasons of his career in Houston.
By 2020, he has cast a league-high 4,823 yards, he is reportedly required to trade, and his future has always been a point of uninterrupted speculation.