I really don't care what goes on in players' personal lives if they aren't being convicted of crimes, frankly. None of our business and we'll never know the actual facts of any of the situations.
That being said, in this league PR is a factor and so is NFL discipline. I don't really want him at this point because you can't have a franchise QB with a tarnished image like that or who is at risk of being suspended or put on the exempt list at any time. And whether he's innocent or guilty he's definitely shown poor judgement and that could easily harm the team in the future. So I'd say no, unless the cost of acquisition was too good to pass up to make it work the risks (which it won't be).