The findings of the Deshaun Watson cases have been on the low pretty much, until now. The Cleveland Browns quarterback admitted in a deposition last week that one of the massage appointments ended with a woman crying, per USA Today.
Following the appointment, Watson admitted to sending an apology text to Ashley Solis, according to the documents.
“Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable. Never were the intentions. Lmk if you want to work in the future. My apologies,” Watson sent in a text message, which was presented by lawyers.
When asked about sending the text message, Watson said he did, “Yes, because she was teary-eyed”.
Watson claimed that he did not know why she was upset. “So, I assumed that she was uncomfortable in whatever reason. And we talked about working in the future. And so, I said, 'We can work in the future. Just let me know.' And then I sent my apologies as whatever reason she was teary-eyed for."
The encounter happened in Sollis’ home, on March 30, 2020. Sollis is one of 22 women who have sued Watson. According to the lawsuit, Sollis did not respond to the text that Watson sent.