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Sources say a waitress claims that Albert Haynesworth sexually assaulted her over the weekend at the W Hotel in Washington. Police are investigating the complaint made by the waitress. The U.S. Attorney's Office is expected to review the evidence in the case to see what, if any, charges may be brought against Haynesworth.

Haynesworth's agent, Chad Speck, provided the following statement to NBC Washington's Dan Hellie:

"There seems to be no truth to these allegations. We are currently evaluating facts and considering our own legal action against those involved."

On Saturday morning, Haynesworth and his lawyer went to the Reston police station, where he was charged with assault stemming from an incident on February 2 in which a man said the football player hit him while he was sitting in his car.

Haynesworth, 29, signed a summons releasable warrant, charging him with assault, and then departed the police station. He is due in Fairfax County Criminal Court at 9:30 a.m. on March 31.

I don't even know what to make of it yet. He hasn't been charged, but, yeah.


Updated via: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/early-lead/2011/02/report_albert_haynesworth_accu.html

according to a police report, the waitress stated that her hands were full as she was clearing the table at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday. "Subject 1," according to the report, tried to give her his credit card and asked if he could place it in her blouse. She nodded and he placed the card into her blouse and started to caress her breast.

The report was filed at 5:15 a.m. and sources tell Channel 4 that, although Haynesworth's name is not mentioned, he is "Subject 1."

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Well, he keeps it up and he'll get cut. But it won't matter, because he'll be in jail. The fact that he was accused of assault less than a week ago makes this claim seem that much more legitimate, added to his reputation and the fact that, in the past, he stomped the **** out of a guys face. He's been shown to have serious problems with violence, so forcing someone to have sex with him...isn't far out of character.

That's not how the law should work, maybe, since he hasn't been charged with anything in any of the cases above (yet?), but it factors in to the perception.

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