Accusers' attorney changes his mind

Accusers' attorney changes his mind


Accusers' attorney changes his mind


The Houston attorney who has accused Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct in a lawsuit, now says he does not want to send information to the Houston Police Department.

Tony Buzbee said on March 19 he intended to provide evidence regarding his clients’ claims of sexual assault against the Houston Texans’ quarterback to the Houston Police Department. He has now changed his mind.

In a social-media post made on Tuesday night, Buzbee explains his decision in changing his mind.

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