New lawsuits, that were all filed Thursday and made publicly available Friday, means there are officially seven women total who have alleged Watson assaulted or harassed them.
The new lawsuits, all filed Thursday and made publicly available Friday morning, means seven women total have alleged Watson assaulted or harassed them. All of them are massage therapists, work at spas or specialize in body conditioning and wellness.
Each of the allegations center around different occasions in 2020, mostly involving Watson reaching out to the women via social media and asking for massage sessions, according to the litigation.
Everything is spelled out via Houston Chronicle:
“In the latest lawsuits, two women claim he touched them with his penis and exposed himself; another woman said he kissed her against her will, tried to force her to touch his penis and exposed himself; and another woman said he touched her with his penis, tried to kiss her and exposed himself.
The first three lawsuits were similar: Two women said Watson touched them with his penis, and the third said he forced her to perform oral sex.
Watson has not commented on the claims since Tuesday, when he categorically denied disrespecting any woman and said he looked forward to clearing his name. He is being represented by Houston attorney Rusty Hardin, who has worked with other prominent Houston athletes such as former Astros pitcher Roger Clemens.”
A press conference will be held today by attorney Tony Buzbee, which he is expected to drop more text messages as well as talk about the cases against the Texans QB.