Deshaun Watson clearly has a lot on his mind this week.
The New York Times dropped a bombshell report that the Cleveland Browns QB met with more massage therapists than previously reported. The number they’re quoting is 66 women over the course of 17 months.
The Times report also alleges that the Texans provided Watson with a membership to a club where some of the massages took place and that a Texans employee gave Watson a non-disclosure agreement that the former Texans QB would use in some of the appointments.
This new report comes one day after we learned of the 24th woman to file a lawsuit against Watson.
During Wednesday’s practice, Watson clearly wasn’t thinking straight because he threw an awful interception to his teammate.
John Johnson III has made himself acquainted with Watson as he picked him off a few days ago as well.
Watson has been accused by massage therapists of harassing, assaulting or touching them during appointments when he was with the Houston Texans. The 24th woman filed a civil lawsuit Monday alleging sexual misconduct by Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is also awaiting possible discipline from the NFL.
The woman alleges that during the massage session, Watson exposed himself and masturbated and “offered no apology or explanation for his conduct.”
The woman has quit being a massage therapist because of what happened to her and now suffers from depression and anxiety, according to the lawsuit.