Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is now facing lawsuits from 11 women after four more filed against him in Harris County (
Like the previous seven, Monday’s lawsuits were filed by Houston attorney Tony Buzbee on behalf of Jane Does who primarily work as licensed massage therapists. The women echoed similar claims that Watson exposed himself during private massages, touched them with his penis, and attempted to coerce them into sexual acts. They are seeking unspecified damages due to physical and mental anguish.
In total, all 11 of the lawsuits are for civil assault and intentional infliction of emotional stress. Two of the lawsuits, including one filed Monday, also include allegations of sexual assault for allegedly forcing the women to perform oral sex.
Watson has not been charged with any crimes. He issued a denial after the initial lawsuit was filed last week, saying he has ‘never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect.’
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is now facing lawsuits from 11 women after four more filed against him in Harris County ( Texas ) on Monday, including a masseuse who says the 25-year-old quarterback forced her to perform oral sex as she feared for her life
On Friday, Buzbee said he expects at least 12 lawsuits to be filed in total, but added that he’s spoken with another 10 women who also made claims against Watson. Buzbee is currently investing their allegations against Watson.
Buzbee said he plans to turn over evidence and affidavits to law enforcement ad will request a grand jury to review the evidence and determine if criminal charges are warranted.
All but a few meetings were allegedly initiated by Watson over social media, but Buzbee said that one of the masseuses was referred to him by a member of the Texans organization while another was referred by his personal quarterback coach.
Attorney Tony Buzbee said he plans to turn over evidence and affidavits to law enforcement ad will request a grand jury to review the evidence and determine if criminal charges are warranted
‘Most of these women work in the massage industry,’ Buzbee said Friday. ‘Some work at spas, some work from their homes.
‘These are, for the most part, licensed professionals… Many of them are single mothers; they own their own shop or work for a spa.
‘All of the cases that we have filed – and we have vetted each one very carefully – allege the same or similar conduct,’ Buzbee continued. ‘Three of the women we represent are undergoing intensive therapy as a result of of the defendant’s conduct.’
Buzbee also claims to have incriminating text messages from Watson to his accusers.
‘Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable,’ read one of Watson’s purported text messages, which Buzbee posted on Instagram. ‘Never were the intensions. Lmk if you want to work in the future. My apologies.’
In another text, purportedly sent by Watson ahead of an appointment, he asked the masseuse if she was ‘comfortable with the glute area.’
In one of the latest filings, Watson is accused of harassing and assaulting a masseuse on two occasions.
In June of 2020, Watson allegedly booked a private session at the hotel where he was staying and surprised the masseuse by grabbing her midsection, including her vagina, and pushing her buttocks into her face.
Watson allegedly said, ‘I thought you liked that,’ to which the masseuse said she told him that she did not.
Also during the massage, Watson maneuvered his body so that his exposed penis came into contact with her hand, which is a claim made by the other accusers. At one point, she says, she noticed a ‘slimy substance,’ but did not recognize immediately what it was.
Watson paid her only $100 instead of the $300 she was owed. He allegedly told the plaintiff’s manager that she had not given him what he wanted.
He scheduled another appointment with her on August 17, 2020, although she did not immediately recognize who it was when he contacted her over instagram.
The masseuse said she was instructed to dress ‘chill’ and ‘comfortable’ for the session, and Watson allegedly asked to make sure the spa would be empty when he was there.
Two of the alleged incidents is said to have occurred hotel where Watson was staying. One of the lawsuits specifically identified that hotel as The Houstonian (pictured)
Upon his arrival, the masseuse quickly remembered their June interaction and told him that he had been inappropriate the last time. Watson is said to have apologized and told her that he had never been rejected by a woman before.
The plaintiff says she told Watson that she is a lesbian and uninterested in him sexually.
During the massage, she says, Watson insisted that she work his buttocks, and even asked her to use more oil before forcing her hands inside his own anus. The plaintiff said she was shocked by this.
Watson allegedly told her: ‘I can tell you are a lesbian because you are so good with your hands.’
He then began commenting on her body and even pulled her close, telling her that he wanted to have an orgasm with her in the room.
She says she asked him to stop acting like a pervert, but was becoming frightened because they were the only two in the spa.
Later, she says, Watson forced her mouth onto his penis, which she said left her fearing for her life.
Eventually, Watson began masturbating in front of her.
The woman said she was humiliated and horrified by the incident.
Watson was initially sued for civil assault by two women early last week, but attorney Tony Buzbee (pictured) says that a total of 20 more accusers have come forward since. Most of the women are masseuses who claim Watson exposed himself and touched them with his penis during private sessions, according to the seven filings obtained by DailyMail.com. One woman also says he forced her to perform oral sex, while two others say he tried to kiss them