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16th lawsuit filed against Deshaun Watson: Inside the latest case filings

HOUSTON – A 16th lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.

In the 16th lawsuit, a licensed professional who provides body contouring and skin tightening services in Houston claims Watson exposed himself to her and tried to force her to touch him.

The full civil court filing can be found here. Warning: The document contains graphic details.

In the 15th lawsuit, court documents said the Houston woman, a certified and licensed professional who provides body conditioning, fitness and wellness therapy services, was assaulted and harassed by the NFL star during a May 28, 2020 massage session.

In the lawsuit, the woman said Watson contacted her via Instagram and set up an appointment at Watson’s house. While there, the woman claims Watson exposed himself to her and made her touch him. When she left, she said Watson repeatedly sent her messages which she ignored or said she was too busy, according to documents.

The full civil court filing can be found here. Warning: The document contains graphic details.

A woman in California filed the 14th assault lawsuit earlier on Tuesday. According to court documents, the woman, who is a massage therapist in Los Angeles, accused Watson of civil assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

In the lawsuit, the woman said Watson contacted her via Instagram and requested a massage from her in July of last year in Beverly Hills.

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The woman accused Watson of becoming aggressive during the massage and later exposing himself to her, according to the lawsuit.

In the lawsuit, the woman said Watson contacted her via Instagram again in December but she ignored his message.

This is at least the sixth lawsuit filed against Watson by women from outside of Texas. All of the lawsuits make similar allegations.

The full civil court filing can be found here. Warning: The document contains graphic details.


About the Author:

Aaron Barker has been a senior digital editor at KPRC 2 since 2016. As a meteorologist, he specializes in stories about the weather. He has covered Hurricane Harvey, the Astros first World Series win, the Santa Fe High School shooting, the ITC fire and Tropical Storm Imelda.