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Deshaun Allegations detailed (not good)


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1 hour ago, Mr. Scot said:

Again, none of this absolutely says that he's guilty of the accusations. But Rum is right. Better judgment could have kept him out of this situation.

Yes, very poor judgement. This day and time that is just plain stupid. 

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14 minutes ago, NYPantherFan said:

I have a close friend who gets messages from athletes all the time and she will go and hang out with them. I know for a fact KK was in her DMs a few years ago. Tyrod Taylor was another one when he was in Buffalo. 

Massage therapist?

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2 minutes ago, ENCPantherfan2 said:

Either this is the biggest smear campaign in NFL history, or Watson is clearly guilty of something. 

Apparently Buzbee has been in contact with the police.  At this point I think we can eliminate the possibility that this is just some conspiracy or smear campaign.  No lawyer is about to hand over knowingly false information.  And considering there seems to be 9 different women, with no relations to each other, all with similar and corroborating stories?

I mean.  Man.  I don't know how people can look at this any other way than what it clearly is.  And it makes you wonder how long did Watson know about the possibility of this happening, and if it had something to do with him wanting out of Houston as much as he did?

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1 minute ago, Mage said:

Apparently Buzbee has been in contact with the police.  At this point I think we can eliminate the possibility that this is just some conspiracy or smear campaign.  No lawyer is about to hand over knowingly false information.  And considering there seems to be 9 different women, with no relations to each other, all with similar and corroborating stories?

I mean.  Man.  I don't know how people can look at this any other way than what it clearly is.  And it makes you wonder how long did Watson know about the possibility of this happening, and if it had something to do with him wanting out of Houston as much as he did?

A lot of people look foolish in here

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1 minute ago, Mage said:

Apparently Buzbee has been in contact with the police.  At this point I think we can eliminate the possibility that this is just some conspiracy or smear campaign.  No lawyer is about to hand over knowingly false information.  And considering there seems to be 9 different women, with no relations to each other, all with similar and corroborating stories?

I mean.  Man.  I don't know how people can look at this any other way than what it clearly is.  And it makes you wonder how long did Watson know about the possibility of this happening, and if it had something to do with him wanting out of Houston as much as he did?

Given he was flying women in from elsewhere, I doubt being located in Houston had anything to do with it. Moreover, his initial incredulity suggests he didn't see anything wrong in what he was doing. At this point it seems possible that he thought he was paying for sex workers of some kind and not for a massage, and so he made advances during the massage - not at all okay.  Two of the cases now involve him forcing himself on a woman to some degree, although the coercion seems soft-power based (still bad).  Given the number of women and the time frame, it makes me wonder just how many "massages" he got where we'll never hear from the women involved.

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10 minutes ago, Mage said:

Apparently Buzbee has been in contact with the police.  At this point I think we can eliminate the possibility that this is just some conspiracy or smear campaign.  No lawyer is about to hand over knowingly false information.  And considering there seems to be 9 different women, with no relations to each other, all with similar and corroborating stories?

I mean.  Man.  I don't know how people can look at this any other way than what it clearly is.  And it makes you wonder how long did Watson know about the possibility of this happening, and if it had something to do with him wanting out of Houston as much as he did?

If he's guilty (and I do still consider that an "if") the only thing that I can figure is that as a young, rich, professional athlete he might have believed he was untouchable.

Heaven knows young people, and especially young athletes, often think they're invincible. Fame and money don't exactly diminish those feelings.

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If all of this is true and this lawyer asked for $100,000 or whatever it was to settle. You would this he wouldn’t think twice to throw money at this issue? This is all very strange...

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Just now, ForJimmy said:

If all of this is true and this lawyer asked for $100,000 or whatever it was to settle. You would this he wouldn’t think twice to throw money at this issue? This is all very strange...

Watson may think that he didn't do anything wrong because if someone said no he didn't push them.  But comments about making or breaking someone's career, which were in third case involving oral sex, is definitely coercion if true.

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4 minutes ago, ForJimmy said:

If all of this is true and this lawyer asked for $100,000 or whatever it was to settle. You would this he wouldn’t think twice to throw money at this issue? This is all very strange...

That figure's getting thrown around here some but it's not necessarily accurate. Watson's quote said Buzbee asked for "six figures". I don't remember seeing anything more specific than that.

And as mentioned before, that's Watson's word. Don't know if there's any other evidence of it happening (text, or email or anything).

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My guess is that he has a pattern of blurring the lines between massage and consensual...affairs.
In my opinion it borders on coercion with unethical behavior between a masseuse and a client.
For this reason it may not criminal, but a violation of ethics and speaks to his character. 
When the lawyer went in social media and queried for other instances these women felt that they experienced the same thing. 
Unless there are criminal charges that are brought forth by the police, then I still see the result being restitution and different perspective on his character that is questionable.

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