Deshaun Watson is reportedly facing 22 sexual harassment cases and is in the middle of some very serious claims.
Both of these lawsuits make the same allegations: Watson seeks out massage therapists and then engages in improper behaviour with them as soon as the massage is expected to begin.
Watson has refuted the charges, and his lawyer, Rusty Hardin, is currently working on discrediting the witnesses.
Hardin is now saying, according to Fox reporter Ivory Hecker, that the women are removing some of the facts in the case, such as Instagram posts.
Hardin is now attempting to persuade the judge to put an end to the alleged practise, which he believes is tampering with the case.
What’s curious about Hardin’s accusations is that Tony Buzbee, the counsel representing all 22 accusers, accused Watson of the same thing.
Watson has been deleting his own texts, according to Buzbee, though this has yet to be proven.
Needless to say, both sides are attempting to use the same tactics against one another, and the situation has clearly become more complicated.
There’s no way of knowing how long this will go on, so stay tuned for updates, which we’ll make sure to include.
Attorney Rusty Hardin, representing Deshaun Watson, says some of the plaintiffs have been destroying and altering evidence, fears it will continue to happen, asks for order from court for preservation of evidence. Buzbee says Hardin is wrong, and he will show that he’s wrong. pic.twitter.com/CqWChvsoY4
— Ivory Hecker FOX 26 (@IvoryHecker) April 22, 2021