The case of Deshaun Watson, manager of the Houston Texans, run by the National Football League (NFL), has changed again. He was accused of rape at the end of March.
As we wrote before, Watson met a masseuse on Instagram and was accused of violent crime. Watson said the athlete raped him at his home in Beverly Hills, California in July 2020. Since then, several masseurs have reported similarities, and now Watson’s lawyer, Rusty Hardin, has proposed his own version.
In the past, the football player firmly denied that anything reported by the woman happened. Now The lawyer saidSome masseurs did have sex, but in all cases, both parties agreed, and violence was still the strongest rejection.
According to the lawyer, Watson contacted masseurs on social networking sites, because the coronavirus epidemic made it difficult to find an open and reliable professional massage room, and his protégé had to pierce the body about 150 times a year to keep his body healthy. flexibility. According to the lawyer, Watson cried when he first learned that he was accused. “People don’t cry for the crimes they actually committed,” Harding argued with a rather weak theory.