Deshaun Watson allegedly asked to leave Tuscaloosa bar

Allan Goodman
April 5, 2017

"That's sad, sorry", she says to Watson, before being rebuked by her daughter and then saying, "no, just because he played for." and the video cuts.

Both Anderson and Gilberry have been accused of forcing Watson to leave Innisfree Irish Pub, a popular bar for Alabama students, in Tuscaloosa last Friday after two different video angles showed them interacting with Watson and his party prior to their departure.

Former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen has no doubts about former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. He also said "everyone in the bar" told Watson he was "unwelcome".

Innisfree posted a message on its Facebook page apologizing for the incident.

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We spoke with Anderson's publicist, Bob Broderick, who says Ryan and Wallace only approached Watson because some patrons were getting hostile toward him. Unfortunately a customer attempted to invoke the right to refuse service on our behalf and after being identified, was immediately asked to leave the premises following the incident.

Another Tuscaloosa bar employee did tweet this about Watson.

Deshaun Watson, who led the Clemson Tigers to a national championship victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide, was in enemy territory on Friday. Without seeing more from what started the incident, there's a chance that it was random Alabama fans in Tuscaloosa, and not the Tide linebacker, that started the issue, and that he was just trying to give some sage advice.

Allen will be in demand and will probably go higher than Watson, the quarterback he faced in two national championship games.

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