'Don't be scared, you can go in there': Deshaun Watson's accuser Ashley Solis reveals HORRIFYING abuse

Watson 'deliberately grabbed himself' and 'put his p***s on my hand, and I started crying and I told him that I'm done', alleges Solis


                            'Don't be scared, you can go in there': Deshaun Watson's accuser Ashley Solis reveals HORRIFYING abuse
Ashley Solis (R) speaks up about Deshaun Watson's (L) assault on her (Credits: Nick Cammett/Getty Images and Youtube/HBO)
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Warning: The article contains details of incidents of sexual abuse which can be triggering to some readers

Ashley Solis, a masseuse, sobbed as she recalled seeing NFL star Deshaun Watson allegedly put his p***s into her palm during a massage. Solis, one of 22 women who have sued Watson over allegations that he behaved improperly with them, detailed an incident with the three-time Pro Bowler on HBO's 'Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.'

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"He ends up exposing himself, and I hurried up and covered him with a towel and he said: 'oh but you don't have to worry about the towel,'" Solis states in the trailer for the new series. "And I said: 'yes I do.'" Solis has already spoken up about Watson's alleged harassment of her, but this is the first time she has done so on camera.

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"So then what happened?" Soledad O'Brien, a HBO correspondent enquired. "He requested that I work on his abdomen but the moment I went above his navel he told me he didn't want me to work there. He wanted me to work lower. He just kept directing me to go lower and [said] 'don't be scared, you can go in there' and I just started really freezing up at this point," Solis responded.

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"A wave" overtook her body at that point in her interaction with Watson, she said, and "it was getting more and more clear that this is not what I signed up for." Watson allegedly "deliberately grabbed himself" and "put his p***s on my hand, and I started crying and I told him that I'm done and that I don't want to do this anymore," according to the 32-year-old alleged victim.

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Solis also claimed Watson informed her at the end of a massage: "I know you have a career to protect," and "I know you don't want anyone messing with it just like I don't want anyone messing with mine." Solis claimed Watson later ejaculated, which she described as "mortifying, disgusting, and embarrassing."

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Solis, the first massage therapist to initiate a case, was questioned about how Watson's message made her frightened. She stated in the interview, which aired Tuesday night, May 24, "Because that sounded like a threat to me." Another massage therapist, Kyla Hayes, shared details of her appointment with Watson, who has been accused of sexual assault and harassment while playing for the Houston Texans. Watson has denied any misconduct and claims that any sexual activity with the women was consensual. On criminal allegations filed by ten of the women, two grand juries in Texas declined to prosecute Watson.

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Solis and Hayes were both outraged by Watson's five-year, $230 million contract from the Browns in March, in addition to being abused. Watson's contract is the richest and most secure in NFL history. Solis described it as "just like a big screw you. That's what it feels like. That we don't care. He can run and throw, and that's what we care about ." Hayes continued, "It was sick to me. I felt like he's being rewarded for bad behavior." Watson declined to be interviewed for the show, claiming an ongoing league inquiry into his behavior.

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