June 26, 2022



Deshaun Watson’s accusers speak to HBO’s ‘Real Sports’ about quarterback’s actions

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Ashley Solis and Kyla Hayes, two Houston women who accuse Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct during massage sessions, talked to Soledad O’Brien for Tuesday night’s episode of HBO’s Real Sports (9 p.m. CST).

Hayes tells HBO that Watson repeatedly touched her with his penis and “was moving his penis back and forth” until he ejaculated, which Hayes says “was mortifying and embarrassing and disgusting.”

Watson, who didn’t speak to HBO, has denied any wrongdoing and his attorney Rusty Hardin said any sexual activity that occurred during his client’s massage sessions was consensual. Grand juries in both Harris and Brazoria counties declined to file criminal charges against Watson.

During pre-trial depositions Watson has testified that he had consensual sex with threee massage therapists, which O’Brien asked Leah Graham, another of Watson’s attorneys, to explain.

“Well, in every massage, I will tell you he did go intending just for a professional massage, and only those three instances where sexual conduct occurred – consensual sexual activity – it occurred after the massage session had ended,” Graham said. “And, Mr. Watson has testified and is insistent that that sexual activity was initiated by the plaintiff in every single instance.”

Both Soliz and Hayes told O’Brien they were hurt by the Browns rewarding Watson with a $230 million, fully guaranteed contract after making a trade with the Texans to get him in Cleveland.

“It’s just like a big screw you,” Soliz said. “That’s what it feels like. That we don’t care. He can run and throw, and that’s what we care about.”

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“It was sick to me,” Hayes added. “… I felt like he’s being rewarded for bad behavior.

The NFL has spoken to some of Watson’s accusers and are expected to make a decision on a possible suspension of the quarterback before the season begins. Watson still has more depositions in the civil suits scheduled for next month.

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