Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans has been accused of a variety of actions during massage appointments over the last year, ranging from refusing to cover his genitals to forcing oral sex. The allegations in the lawsuits, which do not name any of the women, have been refuted by Watson. According to the lawsuits, the following is a summary of the alleged behaviour:
March 30, 2020, at the plaintiff’s Texas home Since 2018, the plaintiff has operated a massage therapy company and is a licensed therapist. He reached out to her via Instagram direct message, insisting that no one else be present during his massage. Watson allegedly exposed his penis and touched her hand with it, according to the woman. She claims she abruptly ended the massage and Watson told her, “I know you have a career and a reputation, and I know you wouldn’t want anyone messing with yours, just like I don’t want anyone messing with mine.” She claims he texted her later to apologize, but she did not respond.
April 19, 2020, at a spa in Houston Watson allegedly contacted the plaintiff, a licensed esthetician who owns her own skin care company, via Instagram. Watson ordered the woman to work on the crevices in his groined area during a massage appointment, according to the lawsuit. He had an erection and repeatedly touched her hand with his penis, she claims, when he rolled over onto his back. According to the lawsuit, he ejaculated, leaving the woman “confused and mortified.”
June 2, 2020, In Houston, at a spa. The plaintiff has 11 years of experience in the massage industry and is a licensed therapist who regularly works with professional athletes. Watson allegedly contacted her via Instagram and later by phone, telling her that he makes “a lot of massage therapists uncomfortable” and that “it’s really hard for me to find someone who will satisfy my needs,” according to her. Watson repeatedly tried to remove towels and expose his penis multiple times during the appointment, according to the woman, and moved “in such a way to make his penis touch Plaintiff.” According to the lawsuit, Watson attempted to schedule future appointments but was either ignored or turned down.
June 2020 and Aug. 17, 2020, In Houston, I worked at a hotel and then a spa. The plaintiff uses Instagram to promote her company, which includes bodywork and stretch therapy classes. When Watson contacted her through the manager of a spa where she worked, she said she had no idea who he was. According to the lawsuit, she met him at a hotel where he was staying. Watson groped her buttocks and vagina, according to her, and she slapped him. He later brushed her hand with his penis, she claims. Watson contacted her on Instagram on Aug. 17, and she didn’t realize the connection to her previous client until he arrived, she claims. According to the lawsuit, Watson apologized for his previous behaviour but exposed himself during the appointment, forced the woman’s mouth onto his penis and masturbated in front of her.
July 2020 at the plaintiff’s Houston residence When Watson first reached out via Instagram for a massage, the plaintiff gave him teeth whitening and a sauna detox. Watson later inquired about Swedish massage over the phone, and she responded that she would try to learn it before his appointment, according to the lawsuit. Watson told her to massage the area beneath his genitals and anus before flipping onto his back during the appointment, according to the woman. Watson ejaculated on her face and body while the plaintiff massaged his groined, according to the lawsuit. He then allegedly took her hand and placed it on his penis, according to her. Later that day, the woman called a friend to tell her what had happened, she says, she was in shock.
Aug. 2, 2020, I’m staying in a hotel in Houston. The plaintiff offers a variety of wellness services in private residences, hotels, and offices. Watson is said to have reached out to her via Instagram to set up an appointment. During the session, the woman claims Watson repeatedly asked if he could be naked and insisted she concentrate on his buttocks. Watson allegedly told the plaintiff that he wanted her to touch his anus with her fingers, according to the lawsuit. Watson was nude in the room after the session when the plaintiff returned from washing her hands, according to the lawsuit, and he reportedly asked if she did more than just professional work “for more money.” According to the woman, she politely refused and told him to leave. Due to the incident, she left the profession, the lawsuit states.
Aug. 28, 2020, The Houstonian Hotel is a great place to stay. Since 2019, the plaintiff has operated a massage therapy company in Atlanta. Watson allegedly contacted her via Instagram and flew her to Houston for his appointment, according to her. Watson allegedly attempted to entice her to touch his genitals, exposing himself, according to the woman. When she said she was finished with the massage, Watson grabbed her hand and arm and said, ‘It’s all right.’ It’s all right.’ She said that she had taken a step back. She claims that when Watson went to shower, she left for the airport and did not respond to Watson’s subsequent requests.
Several encounters between Sept. 9, 2020, and October 2020 In Houston, at a spa. The plaintiff, a nine-year certified esthetician, offers back treatments and body scrubs. Watson allegedly asked the woman “what she would do about his erection” during one session, according to the lawsuit. According to the lawsuit, she told him his behaviour was unacceptable. Watson tried to put his penis in the plaintiff’s hand so she would touch it in an October session, she claims, and moved his body so his penis would touch her hand. He insisted she concentrate on his groin, complained she was overdressed, and tried to kiss her, she claims. Watson left after the woman claims she chopped the second session short.
Sept. 24, 2020, at a Houston salon, in a rented room Watson contacted the plaintiff on Instagram, according to the plaintiff, who owns her own fitness company and provides body conditioning and wellness therapy. Watson allegedly asked if it was OK if he got naked and “if he got aroused,” according to her. He later moved his body to have his penis touch her hand, she claims. Watson ejaculated after she said she moved away. According to the lawsuit, the woman “felt violated and disgusted” and abruptly ended the session.
Two sessions — Oct. 19 and around Nov. 2, 2020 — in Houston, at the plaintiff’s office The woman runs a bodywork and stretch therapy company that had been open for about six months when she was arrested. Watson, she claimed, contacted her via Instagram. Watson asked her to work on his inner thighs in the first session, she claims. According to the lawsuit, she claimed she didn’t “do that kind of job,” but she did after he insisted. Watson kissed the plaintiff when he arrived at the second session, she claims. She was appalled and promptly left the office to collect herself, and when she returned, he had exposed himself, according to the lawsuit. Watson later asked her to work on his buttocks and penis area, but she refused, she claims. Later, she says, Watson asked her to work on his buttocks and penis area but she declined. The lawsuit says he moved in a way to have his penis touch her hand and offered to pay extra if she worked on his buttocks and penis. She says when she declined, Watson got upset and left.
Dec. 28, 2020, in the lobby of a Houston office building Watson contacted her via Instagram, according to the woman, who has been a licenced massage therapist since 2018. Watson told her to slide her hands across his genitals during the session, she claims. She began to tremble and felt intimidated and threatened, according to the woman. According to the lawsuit, he forced the woman to have oral sex with him and she blacked out for a few minutes out of fear. Watson then dressed and left, she claims.
Jan. 21, 2021, at the city of Houston Watson contacted the plaintiff, a licensed massage therapist who runs her own company in Houston, via Instagram, according to the plaintiff. Watson asked if he could remove the draping as the massage began, she claims, because he gets hot. Watson would have to remain partially covered, according to the woman, and the massage would be entirely professional. According to the lawsuit, he exposed his erect penis and caused it to come into contact with her hand.
March 5, 2021, In Sandy Springs, Georgia, at a massage therapy company. The plaintiff is a self-employed massage therapist with a license. Watson, she claims, contacted her via Instagram about a $55 massage deal she was offering. Watson made her feel uneasy during the massage, she claims, and directed her to his groin area. Watson exposed himself and put his penis on her hand when she refused, according to the lawsuit. She claims she was taken aback and moved away, while Watson dressed and walked away.