In light of a report that alleged Watson’s involvement in massages, the Houston Texans will be added to the defendants in lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, Tony Buzbee announced Wednesday.
The New York Times reported Tuesday that Watson, now a Cleveland Browns player, made appointments for massages with 66 women in 17 months. There were 24 women on the list who had sued Watson. Two of them sued within the last week. Check out the Best Bookmakers for Betting on the NFL!
According to the report, Watson provided nondisclosure agreements for plaintiffs to sign from a Texans official. The organization also provided a hotel room in which several of the massages were performed.
So I know you are innocent until proven guilty, but at some point, the question has to become, why would an NFL Quarterback use 66 different massage therapists in 17 months? Wouldn’t you find one who was good and use the same one all the time? Why would there be no men out of the 66? Why do you need a Hotel room for a massage therapist? Where there is smoke, there is probably going to be a fire. Surely the Cleveland Browns would have done an in-depth investigation of their own before giving Watson the keys to the franchise, not to mention three first-round draft picks and over 200 million dollars! Check out the top new sportsbooks for betting on the NFL!
“What has become evident is that the Houston Texans organization and their contracting massage therapy company’ facilitated Deshaun Watson’s conduct,” Buzbee (the attorney for the 24 women who brought suit against Watson) said in a statement via ESPN. Now it’s not just [email protected] that looks bad as it seems the Texans are complicit in this also.
“The Texans allowed this behavior to happen in many of these cases. We believe that Watson’s issues were well known to the Texans, but they failed to take action. They should have known, or they should have. The Texans will claim they didn’t know what was happening either, but it seems highly unlikely that they had no clue what was happening. The three first-round picks the Texans are supposed to get because the trade could vanish if the NFL thinks the Texans were complicit in Watson’s actions.
“We will hold all those involved in Watson’s conduct accountable, including Watson himself.”
Although the Texans did not comment on the New York Times report, they denied knowledge of any claims against Watson.
Watson denied any wrongdoing. In March, the Texans traded Watson for the Browns.
Watson declined to comment Wednesday’s latest report at practice. He stated that he prefers any statements to be made by Rusty Hardin, a lawyer, or David Mulugheta, an agent.
After watching Trevor Bauer get suspended by Major League Baseball for two years for something, he was cleared of what will become of Watson and the Houston Texans. If this is all true, it’s hideous and must be dealt with harshly.
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