Another woman, a certified personal trainer, said Watson ejaculated on her hand during a session on May 28, 2020, in Houston.
The 15th woman said the incident occurred at Watson’s house. Among the most notable things to happen was Watson exposed his penis and pre-ejaculated, which got onto her hand, which left the woman “confused and mortified.”
She ended the massage, and Watson, naked, asked if he could give the woman a hug, she said. After she told him that would be inappropriate, he responded, “Oh c’mon I saw your Instagram. I know what you’re working with,” according to the suit.
“Watson is in the sex trade. He needs to be stopped,” according to another lawsuit alleging an incident on Aug. 2.
The plaintiff who alleged that she saw Watson twice said that the first session was arranged by her manager and that at their initial meeting, Watson “groped her buttocks and vagina and then pushed her buttocks into his face.”
She ended up seeing Watson again when he booked a massage for himself directly through her, and she recognized him to be “the same man who had harassed her earlier that year” only when he arrived at her spa, the lawsuit claimed.
During that second encounter, Watson “asked her to perform oral sex and to pretend that he was a woman,” according to the plaintiff, who is a lesbian.
Watson, who led the NFL in passing yards last season, has denied any wrongdoing. His attorney, Rusty Hardin, said in a statement last week that he was “extremely proud” to represent Watson and that he stands behind him “against what we believe are meritless allegations.”