Of course I’d hold Watson accountable if he really did what was alleged. But he says these claims baseless. I think the whole thing is shady, that Watson ordered a home massage, this “service” was performed in a provocative manner, Watson was confused and thought this might be an escort type arrangement etc..... and that is purely my speculation based off my perception of “home massages”. the truth of the incidents lies somewhere between what they are alleging and what Watson is stating. It will get sorted out as valid or not if it ever makes it to a real courtroom. But Watson is a public figure. And damages occur immediately to public figures in the court of public opinion. So it likely gets settled. now consider that, in addition to Watson’s recent issues with the Texans organization, the proximity of the plaintiffs attorney to Texans ownership, and the use of social media to divulge these claims to the public. It all wreaks of an old time beaver trap “smear” tactic to coerce DW into paying up to make it go away and/or reaching some other undisclosed agreement satisfactory to the interested parties driving these allegations. DW has a good reputation outside of these allegations. At this point, I find him more credible than “home masseuses”. And again- I’m not a DW fan. What happens I really don’t care. I just don’t like to see anybody get worked over by sleazy old school-coercive tactics which is what this appears as to me.