Deshaun Watson accuser Ashley Solis breaks silence after suspension


Judge Sue L. Robinson handed Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson a six-game suspension, a penalty that was deemed extremely light given the seriousness of the allegations against him. Among those who criticized Robinson’s decision was the trial’s first plaintiff, Ashley Solis. Solis has now broken her silence on Robinson’s verdict and opened up about her struggles throughout the process. By Aaron WilsonSolis revealed that she even received death threats from football fans.

Solis was speaking at attorney Tony Buzbee’s press conference on Thursday when she revealed the shocking messages she received during the Watson trial.

“It was a difficult time. I received death threats,” Solis said of the Watson case. She went on to express criticism of the NFL’s handling of the investigation.

Deshaun Watson is accused by no less than 24 women of sexual misconduct. Among these was Solis, who detailed a heartbreaking exchange with Watson, who contacted her for a massage in March 2020.

Solis alleged that Watson showed up for the massage, which took place at her home, with her own small towel. During the massage, Solis alleged Watson exposed the tip of his erect penis and began rocking his hips back and forth, “willingly” touching his hand with his penis, at which point she abruptly ended the massage, asked him to leave and started crying.

She also revealed that Watson had actually threatened her after the exchange. “I know you have a career and a reputation, and I know you’d hate anyone meddling with yours, just like I don’t want anyone meddling with mine,” she said. accused Watson of saying.

Solis revealed the nature of the threats she received during a press conference with Buzbee on Thursday, during which the attorney strongly criticized Robinson’s verdict. The NFL plans to appeal Watson’s six-game suspension, hoping to increase his sentence to a one-year ban.


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