Agent: ‘No truth’ to Albert Haynesworth sexual assault allegations.
The agent for Washington Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth rejected a sexual assault allegation that was made against the player this weekend.
NBC in Washington reported that Haynesworth is the target of a police report filed by a woman in Washington, D.C., alleging inappropriate sexual contact on Sunday morning.
But agent Chad Speck, who represents Haynesworth, dismissed the possibility that his client had done wrong.
"There seems to be no truth to these allegations," Speck told NBC Washington. "We are currently evaluating facts and considering our own legal action against those involved."
No charges have been filed against Haynesworth in this incident. NBC Washington obtained a police report in which an a waitress at the W Hotel in Washington, D.C., said a man caressed her breast after she gave him permission to slide his credit card into her shirt. The woman said her hands were full with glasses.
NBC said the unnamed subject of the police report was Haynesworth.
The allegation comes days after Haynesworth turned himself in to face a misdemeanor assault charged on Saturday.
That allegation stemmed from a traffic incident on Feb. 2. Haynesworth has denied wrongdoing in that case through his agent.
Haynesworth was suspended for the final four games of the 2010 regular season after a year in which he feuded often with head coach Mike Shanahan.