Today, three weeks ago, a sexual assault lawsuit was filed against Texas quarterback quarterback Deshaun Watson. On Tuesday, the plaintiff, the plaintiff who sued under the pseudonym Jane Doe, has disclosed his identity and spoke to the media.
At a press conference convened by lawyer Tony Buzbee, Ashley Solis attended and issued a statement about his interaction with Watson.
“I’m here to regain power and regain control,” Solis said. “I am a survivor of assault and harassment.”
She said that Watson harassed and harassed her on March 30, 2020, “In my own home, do my favorite things, do massage therapy.”
She explained: “Sometimes I feel like a hero, and sometimes I feel like a loser.” She added that she interacted over and over again.
She said: “During the meeting, if I don’t shake hands, I will not be able to continue my favorite profession.” “I started massage therapy to heal people. Heal their minds and bodies. Bring peace to their souls. Virtue Deshaun Watson took this side of me.”
She said she suffered a panic attack, anxiety and depression.
“We were all deceived into thinking Deshaun Watson is a good person. Unfortunately, we know that good people can do terrible things,” Solis said.
She added: “People say I do this just to make money.” “That’s wrong. I’m coming forward now so that Deshaun Watson doesn’t beat the other woman.”
Bouzby said Solis had already spoken with the Houston Police Department, and at least one other person was also talking with him.