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Two massage therapists accusing NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson of misconduct during massages identified in news conference

April 7, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Two massage therapists who have accused Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of misconduct during massages identified themselves during a news conference Tuesday held by Tony Buzbee, an attorney for more than 20 women who have filed civil lawsuits against Watson.

(CNN)Two massage therapists who have accused Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of misconduct during massages identified themselves during a news conference Tuesday held by Tony Buzbee, an attorney for more than 20 women who have filed civil lawsuits against Watson.

Immediately following the news conference, Deshaun Watson's attorney Rusty Hardin released a written statement, claiming that "Buzbee sought $100,000 in hush money on behalf of Ms. Solis to quietly settle the allegations the month before he filed the first lawsuit. "

A tearful Ashley Solis, identified by Buzbee as the first woman to come forward and file a lawsuit alleging civil assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress against the NFL quarterback, read a statement during Tuesday's news conference, providing a few details to media about her alleged encounter with Watson.

In the statement, Hardin disputes the claim that this is not about money, "Mr. Buzbee sought $100,000 in hush money on behalf of Ms. Solis to quietly settle the allegations the month before he filed the first lawsuit. "

Buzbee told CNN in a statement: "It's old news that we attempted to settle this matter with Watson's team before filing the first case.

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