Judge Rules Four of Deshaun Watson’s Accusers Must Refile Lawsuit

Judge Rules Four of Deshaun Watson’s Accusers Must Refile Lawsuit

Judge Rules Four of Deshaun Watson’s Accusers Must Refile Lawsuit!

On Friday, Harris County judges ruled that four of Deshaun Watson’s accusers must refile their lawsuits under their real names. Read on…

CelebnSports247.com reports that Rusty Hardin and other attorneys for Watson had filed a motion claiming the Houston Texans quarterback could not mount a proper legal defense without knowing who his accuser is and accusing Buzbee of “conducting discovery by Facebook and trial by a press conference.”

Now that Deshaun Watson’s legal team got that massive win, it appears they may be trying to end these cases in a timely matter.

Official Legal Analyst Amy Dash spilled some major tea Friday:

Several sources telling me Deshaun Watson still trying to settle these cases. Settling would be the best thing he could do, and could dissuade women from going through with criminal route. I believe Buzbee would settle for the right number.

During a news conference Friday, Hardin reiterated his client’s innocence as he told a story of Watson being in “disbelief” about allegations that he forced a woman to engage in sexual activity and began crying.

Hardin acknowledged that there were some “consensual encounters” between the Houston Texans quarterback and some of the 22 women who have filed lawsuits against him. Though, reiterates at no point did Watson engage in any acts that were not “mutually desired.”

Hardin said:

Were there sometimes consensual encounters? Yes. I’m not going to go into what it is or the nature or the numbers or with whom,” Hardin said regarding any consensual encounters between Watson and some of the plaintiffs. “But I think you can rightfully assume that. The question always that we have always been emphasizing: Never at any time, under any circumstances … did this young man ever engage in anything that was not mutually desired by the other party.

In a statement Tuesday, NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy called the allegations against Watson “deeply disturbing,” noting, “We take these issues very seriously.”