Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson is being sued for the 26th time


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It’s been about a month since Cleveland Browns fans Deshaun Watson’s decision to mock the alleged victims of sexual misconduct before opening the door of their home. And his 11-match suspension is half over. But Watson is facing more trouble after another civil lawsuit was filed against him on Thursday night, which says the quarterback pressured a woman to perform an important act. oral sex with him during a massage in 2020.

It is the 26th known lawsuit against Watson claiming to have engaged in inappropriate behavior or sexual assault during a massage. The latest lawsuit was filed in Harris County, Texas, with Houston. It alleges Watson solicited the masseuse on social media via direct message. The request was made for a massage at the Houstonian Hotel in December 2020, while Watson was the Houston Texans’ starting quarterback. According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff was paid $300 for her services, with her normal hourly fee of $115.

“My client’s experience with Deshaun Watson follows a series of disturbingly similar encounters reported by more than 20 women who have filed lawsuits against the NFL superstar,” said the woman’s attorney, Anissah Nguyen, told ESPN. “Like so many others, my client has spent almost two years struggling to cope with the shame and trauma of all he has taken from her and the daily pain has become her reality. Knowing her story will entail harsh dialogue, criticism and even victim blame, the strength and courage of other women has given my client courage. to stand up and speak out. She seeks justice not only for herself and her own healing, but also for the more than 20 women who have refused to remain silent, and whose victims have yet to move forward. ”

Rusty Hardin, Watson’s attorney, declined to comment to ESPN on the lawsuit until he learned the identity of the woman behind the latest claims. Courts have asked to identify the plaintiffs in every other civil case. All but one lawsuit against Watson was settled this past summer, with one being dropped when a judge ordered the plaintiffs to amend the petition and include their names.

Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said Friday he has “no comment” on the latest lawsuit against Watson, according to ESPN.

Watson, maintains his innocence and claims he’s done nothing wrong, is serving an 11-game suspend for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy, with a $5 million fine and mandatory disposition as punishment. Watson regained access to the Browns training facility this week following a ban since August 30 as part of the settlement. He is not allowed to practice with the team until November 14 and is not eligible to play until Week 13 and the game against Texas in Houston on December 4, where his current owner will play in the city where terrible acts are said to have taken place.


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