By Sandra Rose  | 

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Earlier this year, a grand jury declined to indict Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson on sexual misconduct and harassment charges.

But his legal troubles aren't over yet.

He still faces 22 civil lawsuits by massage therapists, who allege sexual harassment and assault during massage therapy sessions.

Watson, 26, has been sitting for depositions in the many civil lawsuits filed against him. He also met with NFL executives who heard him admit that he made massage therapist Ashley Solis cry when he exposed himself during a massage session.

He also admitted to sending an apology text to Solis afterwards, according to her attorney, Tony Buzbee.

Buzbee said in the lawsuit that Watson exposed himself to Solis and purposely touched her with his penis after a massage. He allegedly told her to focus on his groin area during the massage. His actions made her cry and she abruptly ended the session.

Afterward, Watson sent a text to Solis, which is part of the lawsuit.

"Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable. Never were the intentions. [Let me know] if you want to work in the future. My apologies."

Solis was the first of 22 women to file a lawsuit against Watson alleging sexual misconduct during massage sessions in her home from early 2020 to 2021.

"I replay the incident over and over in my head as if I'm trying to wake up from some horrible nightmare, only this nightmare is real," Solis said during a press briefing in April 2021.

"I feel a range of emotions, guilt, embarrassment, shame, courage, anger, sadness and numbness. Some days I feel like a hero. Other days I feel like a failure."

Watson reportedly contacted Solis through Instagram to arrange private massage sessions in her home.