False accusations can be very damaging to a person’s life and career.
One of the most memorable cases involved Brian Banks, who had a shot to make the NFL, but was falsely accused of rape by a high school classmate in 2002. He was only 16, took a plea and served nearly six years in prison.
Tytus Howard, who is paid to protect Deshaun Watson, took to Twitter on Thursday, and stated that laws need to be in place to protect men from false accusations.
“Needs to be a law in place to protect men from false accusations,” said the Texans offensive tackle.
It’s clear that he does not believe a word of any of the women who are coming forward to state that the Texans QB acted inappropriate with them.
Watson now has a third lawsuit filed against him via Texas lawyer Tony Buzbee.
According to an Instagram post from Buzbee, nine women have hired his law firm to file cases against Watson, all under the same allegations of sexual assault.
According to the latest claim against the 25-year-old quarterback, the masseuse accused Watson of forcing her to perform oral sex in December 2020.