This marks the 4th-straight day something has came out in regards to Deshaun Watson and it is not looking good for the Browns QB.
Tony Buzbee, the lawyer representing all 24 women who have filed civil lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, said his law firm will “soon be joining the Houston Texans organization and others as defendants” in the lawsuits against the quarterback.
Tuesday’s story from Jenny Vrentas of the New York Times explains that the Texans provided hotel rooms at The Houstonian for Watson, and that these rooms were used for some of his massages.
“What has become clear is that the Houston Texans organization and their contracting ‘massage therapy company’ facilitated Deshaun Watson’s conduct,” Buzbee said in a statement. “In many of these cases, the Texans provided the opportunity for this conduct to occur. We believe the Texans organization was well aware of Watson’s issues, but failed to act. They knew or certainly should have known.
“We intend to make sure all involved in Watson’s conduct are held accountable, in addition to and including Watson himself.”
Houston traded Watson to the Cleveland Browns in March after the first grand jury announced it would not indict Watson on criminal charges.