Will Fuller doesn't know the specifics, but supports Deshaun Watson amid sexual misconduct allegations

Chris Cwik
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Former Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller hasn't read up on the 16 lawsuits filed against Deshaun Watson, but Fuller still gave his opinion anyway. Fuller said Tuesday that he fully supports Watson, and hopes Watson is doing OK after Watson was accused of sexual misconduct by over a dozen women.

Fuller made those comments while speaking to the media as a member of the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday. Fuller signed a one-year deal with the team in March. When asked about Watson, Fuller said he didn't "know any of the specifics," but that he supports Watson.

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Fuller also said he's been in contact with Watson, whose "head is on completely straight."

Deshaun Watson hit with 16 different lawsuits

Watson now faces 16 suits alleging sexual misconduct. (Content Warning: Descriptions of the misconduct below)

All 16 lawsuits contain similar elements. Watson reportedly reached out to or met with massage therapists and then attempted to force the women into uncomfortable, sexual situations. One woman has accused Watson of forcing the woman to perform oral sex on him. Another woman claims Watson masturbated in front of her.

Watson and his camp have denied all charges. On Tuesday, Watson's attorney, Rusty Hardin, said Tony Buzbee, the lawyer representing the women, has "orchestrated a circus-like atmosphere," according to TMZ. Hardin added, "Any allegation that Deshaun forced a woman to commit a sexual act is completely false."

In a statement after the first lawsuit was filed, Watson said he "has never treated any woman with anything other than the utmost respect."

Watson has not tweeted since then.

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