Suit claims Houston Texans ‘aided’ Deshaun Watson’s actions

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Suit claims Houston Texans 'aided' Deshaun Watson's actions

 BeijingTEXAS: Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has been named as one of the defendants in a civil lawsuit against the team.

The Houston Texans and Deshaun Watson’s activities have prompted us to launch the first of several lawsuits against the team. To put it succinctly, the evidence accumulating showing the Houston Texans encouraged Watson’s actions is shockingly damning, according to Tony Buzbee, the Houston attorney. 

According to the lawsuit filed on Monday, the Texans organization had prior knowledge of Watson’s behavior, if any at all.

Although Watson was a massage therapy student at the time, she used Instagram to schedule a session with the plaintiff in November 2020, despite the fact that Watson could have obtained a more experienced massage through Texas. Following their initial meeting in Manvel, Texas, Watson allegedly went to the woman’s mother’s house and gave her a massage while wearing just a little towel, at which point he exposed himself and assaulted her.

According to the lawsuit, Watson’s actions were part of a “disturbing, predatory, and damning pattern” that involved numerous female victims.

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There have been multiple complaints against Watson of inappropriate sexual behaviour during massage sessions. Watson has maintained his innocence in all of these charges. Earlier this year, two Texas grand juries declined to bring criminal charges against Watson.

In addition, new details about Watson’s criminal probe were revealed in the complaint filed on Monday. “An extremely forceful and persuasive account” was provided by a lady who filed a civil lawsuit against the Texans on Monday, Houston police detective Kamesha Baker testified in a civil deposition. Ten reports were finally examined by Houston police, Baker admitted in her deposition in this case. At the time of her deposition, Baker was asked if she had any doubts that a crime had been committed, and she replied, “No.”

Last Monday, Buzbee reported that 20 of the 24 women who were suing Watson had agreed to do so. To far, at least four women are suing Cleveland Browns quarterback Andrew Luck on allegations ranging from indecent exposure to sexual assault. The most recent of these cases, filed in March 2021 by Ashley Solis, was the first to speak out and name herself as a plaintiff.

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