Deshaun Watson is not out of the woods just yet.
A second grand jury in another Texas County is getting together to hear evidence against new Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, according to WJW FOX8-TV. Tony Buzbee added that he feels the women’s civil cases are very strong.
“Each of these women has been pretty confident, pretty consistent about what has happened to them,” Buzbee said.
“It’s not a new complaint,” said attorney Rusty Hardin.
The Houston attorney representing 22 women who have accused Watson of sexual assault and harassment says no one from the Cleveland Browns reached out to him before acquiring the quarterback.
According to the report, the case is the last criminal case pending against Watson. The complainant told police that Watson ejaculated on her in a November 2020 massage appointment. Her lawyer, Tony Buzbee, said he expects the grand jury to deliberate and issue a decision on Thursday or Friday.
The Browns are said to be very aware of the second grand jury.