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Monday, February 14, 2011

Albert Haynesworth Accused Of Sexual Assault

This guy just can't seem to avoid negative publicity. According to this story by the Washington Post, Haynesworth is being accused of sexually assaulting a waitress at the W Hotel in Washington over the weekend. Here is a little of the report:

Sources say a waitress claims that Albert Haynesworth sexually abused 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.

According to a police report obtained by NBC Washington, the waitress stated that her hands were full carrying glasses as she was clearing the table at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday.

She said that "Subject 1" tried to pay his bill by giving her his credit card, but he asked if it was OK to stick the card in her blouse near her breast area. She nodded her head yes and, according to the report, she said he then placed the card into her blouse gently, sliding the card further into her left side of the blouse and then started to caress her breast.

There's nothing kosher about this situation. Whether Haynesworth is officially charged or not the Redskins should seriously considering cutting him loose. It's becoming clear that the Haynesworth era in Washington has run it's course and it's time to pull the plug. Hopefully they do and Haynesworth will have better luck with a different organization.



  1. He asked if it was OK to stick the card in her blouse near her breast area. She nodded her head yes

    So what did this whore think was going to happen next??

    Dumb broad

  2. Women are so ridiculous. She agreed to allow him to put it between her blouse. That's essentially saying she's interested in a little flirtation. He tried to take it a step further (a very very small step at that) and all of a sudden it's sexual assault. We have this word called "NO" in the english language. If she didn't like where he was taking it, a simple no what have sufficed. Sexual assault is just silly. Next thing you know guys will be getting hit with sexual assault charges for trying to cop a makeout kiss at the end of a first date. If you don't want some dudes hands near your breasts, then don't tell the guy he can stick his credit card down your blouse. To quote the last poster, "Dumb broad"!


  4. This is my first time ever commenting on something like this. Upon reading yardbarker and seeing the Haynesworth situation and reading this article, I felt compelled to comment. I'm a female and I have to say, if I give a guy permission to slip his card between my breast, it's because I'm interested on some level OR else, I'd say, "Sir, please wait one second and I'll be right with you." Here's what I think happened...either, he didn't give her a good enought tip and she got mad; or he didn't offer to give her his number after touching her breast or ask for hers; OR she's just trying to get paid...she's probably expecting for him to offer her some money to go bye-bye. Either way, if Haynesworth is reading my response, I say...forget her and do whatchu do! Don't settle with her and in the your card in the person's hand or simply leave it on the table and allow for them to pick it up, specially when your dealing with childlike people. Your in a different income bracket from most people so you ALWAYS have to be extra careful with what you do...If the waitress is reading this...I'd say to her, you look and sound silly and very desperate.

  5. @ the last commentor: Thanks for the read and your input and perspective! A woman's point of view in this situations brings a much needed change of opinion. And I agree; whether true or not Haynesworth has to be smarter as he is a target.

    Hopefully you continue to follow our site. Input is always welcome at LTSBlog


  6. Several posts already have this "story" correct; He asked, she acknowledged in the affirmative, and the rest as they say is history. (of what takes place in most "gentleman's" clubs) Granted, the hotel is not one of those clubs, but perhaps, the "waitress" worked in one before, since she had no problem with Haynesworth making such an advance in the first place. This woman is simply looking for a payday, and nothing more. As soon as the investigation is dropped, she will be on Oprah with her shiesta yenta Gloria Allred seeking "damages". THAT is REALLY what this non-story is all about; not a story of one of Football's bad boys. Haynesworth's stupidity stands on it's own. We do not need so-called journals of newsworthy information (like the Washington Post) wasting advertising-space by printing such useless tripe. It used to be... Anything that will help sell newspapers. Today its... Anything that will help make a case for shiestas in civil-court.

    Spare us next time.