Deshaun Watson testified last week about a massage that ended in tears

Deshaun Watson testified last week about a massage that ended in tears

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson admitted in pre-trial deposition last week that one of his disputed meetings with a massage therapist ended with the woman crying, followed by an apology texted by Watson, according to the woman’s attorney.

This verifies some of the women’s claims against him and raises the question of what made him cry when they met. In his deposition, Watson said he didn’t know, according to attorney Tony Buzbee. The woman is suing Watson for civil assault and claims in her lawsuit that Watson deliberately touched her with his penis during the massage, which scared her and cried.

Watson left and texted her apologetically afterwards: “Sorry you felt uncomfortable,” he wrote, according to a screenshot previously posted by his lawyers. “The intentions were never. Lmk if you want to work in the future. My excuses.”

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Last week’s deposition was taken on behalf of therapist, Ashley Solis, the first of 22 women who sued Watson and accused him of similar sexual misconduct during massage sessions from early 2020 to March 2021. meeting with Solis took place on March 30. 2020, at his Houston-area home.

“But do you know why you sent that apology text afterwards?” Buzbee asked Watson during deposition last week, according to a partial transcript obtained by USA TODAY Sports.

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