Browns QB Watson facing lawsuit from 23rd Houston massage therapist

Deshaun Watson, Cleveland Browns quarterback, throws football.

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson throws a pass during NFL football practice at the team’s training facility, May 25, in Berea, Ohio.

TOM WITHERS, Associated Press

CLEVELAND — Another massage therapist has filed a civil lawsuit against Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, raising the number of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct to 23.

Attorney Tony Buzbee, who is representing all the women, filed the latest lawsuit Tuesday in Texas and said in a text to the AP he will be filing a 24th case soon.

The previous 22 lawsuits were filed in 2021. Both women provided graphic details of their encounters with Watson, who was traded from Houston to Cleveland in March. Watson has denied any wrongdoing.

Watson is also facing a possible suspension from the NFL, which is independently investigating his behavior to see if he violated the league’s substance-abuse policy.

Watson, who has been giving depositions in the lawsuits over the past month, is scheduled to be back on the field Wednesday as the Browns continue their offseason team activities.

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