Houston Texans quarterback, Deshaun Watson, is facing allegations of sexually harassing multiple female massage therapist during a session.
The accusations resulted in a total of 21 civil lawsuits against Watson, after a massage session for Watson in 2019.
Sports Illustrated interviewed one massage therapist, and two others accusing Watson of sexual misconduct during the incident.
During the interview, the victims claim Waston “exposing himself, purposefully touching them with his penis, ejaculating on them or, in two of the complaints, forcing them to put their mouths on his penis.”
“The one thing I keep thinking about is, he’s about to get traded to another place,” One of the victims added. “What if he goes to Atlanta or California or anywhere else? He would have a whole new community of massage therapists to target.”
The victim claimed that male clients typically get erections during the session, but Watsons behaivor was troubling.
“I just want a genuine apology, for us and our community, for putting us in these situations where we don’t know what to do,” she conconcluded.
Watson asserts he “never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect.”
Watson is currently in a relationship with Jilly Anais.
Updates in Deshaun Watson Case
Earlier this week, Deshaun Watson’s attorney team brought forth about 18 female massage thereapists to defend him in the ongoing invrstigation.
The 18 thereapists claim that Watson was nothing but respectful during the session and “was a model client.”
“He was respectful in every session,” one woman said. “I never had any issues with him being inappropriate.” The statements were released by Watson’s defense attorney Rusty Hardin.
In contrast to professor Kenneth Williams , at South Texas college of law says that “a persons past actions, good or bad, is not admissable in a case.”
The case is still currently a civil case, with no word of criminal charges against Watson.
“From Our Haus to Yours”