By Sandra Rose  | 

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Deshaun Watson is facing a 24th civil lawsuit filed by an accuser who claims she gave him a massage and he finished the session with a "happy ending" on her face and chest.

In the court documents, the 24th accuser said that Watson masturbated in front of her and ejaculated on her face and chest.

The unidentified plaintiff said she stopped the massage after Watson got an erection, and that he continued to pleasure himself then ejaculated, splashing some on her chest and face. She says she quit doing massage therapy soon after.


Watson is pictured recently with his longtime fiancee Jilly Anais who is sticking by him.

According to, the newest lawsuit mentioned an interview by Watson's attorney Rusty Hardin on SportsRadio 610 last Friday, where Hardin stated that happy endings were not illegal in most jurisdictions.

The plaintiff's attorney Tony Buzzbee later said Hardin's comments will hurt Watson in court.

Buzzbee told ESPN's John Barr that Hardin "may have single-handedly lost his client's case because I'm absolutely going to use that comment because I think it speaks volumes to how he, his team and his client think about the massage industry."

Watson recently offered the plaintiffs $100,000 each to make the lawsuits go away, but they declined.

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Earlier this year, a grand jury cleared the 26-year-old quarterback of sexual assault charges and declined to indict him.

Watson was rewarded with a $250 million contract from the Cleveland Browns soon after.