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Houston PD Releases 10 Police Reports of Women Accusing Deshaun Watson of Massage Assault

We already knew this information, but now we have some actual pen-to-paper confirmation from the Houston police department.

We know that 10 women have filed police reports against Deshaun Watson (8 of them are also suing him).

The NY Times was able to get the police reports but to be honest, they don’t say much.

The Houston Police Department has spoken to at least 10 women who have accused Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of crimes from unwanted touching to sexual assault, according to records obtained by The New York Times.

The records are heavily redacted, and do not reveal the names of the complainant or the suspect, but they were released in response to a request for all records related to Watson or his home address in Houston.

A brief summary of each complaint is one of the few lines left unredacted in the documents. “Complainant stated that the suspect touched her inappropriately and exposed himself,” read one. Another said: “Complainant was sexually assaulted by the suspect. One suspect. No arrest. Complainant willing to prosecute.”

Houston police spoke to the women between April 2 and May 20 of this year, and dates of when they say the offenses occurred ranged from September 2019 to December 2020. Watson has not been charged with any crimes.

Watson hasn’t talked to the cops, and it will be decided by a grand jury if he is indicted.

If he is indicted, it is likely he will immediately be suspended or put on the commissioner’s exempt list until then, he is free to play. Still, the Texans, it appears, will pay him to stay home and do nothing (hopefully, he won’t get on IG).

NFL teams are hesitant to trade for Watson until the legal stuff is all cleaned up.

It might take at least a year or more for that to happen.

Flip the pages for some of Watson’s accusers speaking on their interaction with him.

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