THE FIRST woman to accuse Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual assault identified herself on Tuesday as massage therapist Ashley Solis.
During a press conference in Texas, Solis tearfully said that she shakes when she recalls how Watson "assaulted her."
Solis claims she now can’t touch a patient without shaking, and revealed that images of Watson flash across her mind during sessions with other patients.
"I am survivor of assault and harassment, Deshaun Watson is my assaulter and my harasser," Solis said.
"He assaulted me at my home doing what I love most, massage therapy."
Solis was the very first woman who filed a sexual misconduct lawsuit against Watson.
Formerly known as Jane Doe #1, she claims the assault took place in her home during a massage therapy session in March 2020.
"I can no longer practice the profession I love the most without shaking…I hope he knew how heartbreaking that is to me," she continued.
"My father, who was once a diehard Texans fan, can no longer mention his name without turning red…we were all deceived into thinking Deshaun Watson was a good guy and unfortunately we know that good guys can do terrible things."
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