Lawyer Releases Deshaun Watson's Alleged Messages With An Accuser On Social Media

This story with Deshaun Watson is spiraling out of control. Three days ago, all we could talk about was his push for a trade out of Houston. Now, the only thing we are getting are updates of alleged evidence against the Texans quarterback regarding multiple sexual assault lawsuits.

To make matters even more interesting, the lawyer who is handling the case. Tony Buzbee has an odd past, and many have been bringing it up on social media. But this isn't about Buzbee's past -- at least not right now.

This is about what's going on with Watson.

The latest comes from another social media post from Buzbee on Thursday night -- man, this guy loves the publicity. He released a couple of alleged back-and-forth between Watson and one of the accusers, who is one of his client.

The caption for the Instagram post reads: "Tomorrow we will provide multiple texts and copies of the lawsuits that we have filed to date. Thanks for your support."

Some on social media are pointing out that linking the current messages -- at least the ones we have seen -- to sexual assault is a massive reach. Some will agree, while others may not. Decide for yourself, I guess.

This story seems like it's just getting started.

After claiming to have filed seven lawsuits against Watson, Buzbee plans to hold a press conference on Friday. It is expected to start around 3:30 p.m. ET (2:30 CT), and it will be apparently be on a Facebook Live stream.

"We will live stream the conference on Facebook,” Buzbee said. "At the conference we will provide some background to these Deshaun Watson lawsuits, provide copies of all seven of the lawsuits filed thus far, and answer a few questions."

The NFL has also opened an investigation into the matter, so stay tuned for more updates.

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Clint Lamb is a College Football Writer for OutKick. Managing Editor for Roll Tide Wire. Sports radio host for The Bullpen on 730/103.9 The UMP. Co-host for The 'Bama Beat podcast through The Tuscaloosa News and