Albert Haynesworth Indicted On Misdemeanor Sexual Abuse Charges

Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth was accused of fondling a waitress at a Washington D.C. hotel last February and a grand jury has now indicted him on misdemeanor sexual abuse charges.

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Albert Haynesworth Pleads No Contest To Assault, Will Serve Community Service

Albert Haynesworth pleaded no contest to one count of simple assault in the sexual abuse case involving a waitress at a Washington D.C. hotel. Haynesworth will serve 160 hours of community service as punishment. He must undergo alcohol and psychological assessments as part of the agreement, and has been ordered to stay away from the victim. His record will be cleared should he meet all requirements within 18 months.

Haynesworth was set to begin trial Tuesday, but went to court a day early in order to enter his plea. He reportedly gave reporters a "Go Patriots" as he entered the D.C. Superior Court on Monday.

Haynesworth was accused of harassing a cocktail waitress at the W Hotel in D.C. When trying to pay a bill around 1:30 a.m., Haynesworth asked the waitress if it would be okay if he slid his credit card in her blouse, seeing that her hands were full with glasses. When she agreed, Haynesworth proceeded to put his hand down her blouse and fondle her breasts. 

The plea concludes what has been an interesting case, replete with bribery accusations on both sides.

For more on Haynesworth and his new role with the Patriots, head over to Pats Pulpit.

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Albert Haynesworth Indicted On Sexual Abuse Charges

Even with the NFL lockout, Albert Haynesworth can't keep his name out of the news.

The Washington Redskins defensive tackle has been indicted on charges of misdemeanor sexual abuse, according to NBC Washington. 

Last February Haynesworth was accused of fondling a woman at a Washington D.C. hotel.

A waitress claimed Haynesworth tried to pay his bill around 1:30 a.m. and, when handing the waitress his credit card, asked if it was OK to stick the credit card in her blouse because her hands were full with glasses. She nodded yes and, according to the report, Haynesworth slid the credit card into her blouse and then "started to caress her breast."

Haynesworth's agent, Chad Speck, said at the time that there appeared to be no truth to the allegations.

The league office will likely be interested in the result of this case as the personal conduct policy will apply because the incident took place before the NFL lockout.

For the reaction from Redskins fans, check out Hogs Haven and SB Nation DC

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Details Of Albert Haynesworth Sexual Assault Accusation

Details of the accusations against Albert Haynesworth are starting to trickle out. The Redskins DT was accused of sexual assault at the W Hotel in Washington and police are reportedly investigating the matter. NBC Washington has provided more details regarding the accusations.

According to the report, a woman's hands were full while carrying glasses after clearing tables at 1:30 a.m. on Sunday when the incident occurred. 

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.    

"Subject 1" is indeed Haynesworth, according to the report. 

The next step in the process will be determining whether charges will be filed. The report says evidence is being reviewed and at some point there will be a decision on whether charges will be filed against Haynesworth. Chad Speck, Haynesworth's agent, said the allegations didn't appear to be true and they were in the process of fact-gathering. 

Check out SB Nation DC and Hogs Haven for more on the situation.

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Albert Haynesworth Reportedly Accused Of Sexual Assault

What else could go wrong with Washington Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth? How about a waitress in Washington claiming Haynesworth sexually assaulted her. 

NBC Washington cites sources who say police are investigating a matter between a waitress and Haynesworth at a Washington hotel. The U.S. Attorney's Office is expected to review the evidence, the report says, to see if charges will be brought against him.

Haynesworth's agent, Chad Speck, issued this statement to NBC Washington:

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

The Redskins have said they're gathering more information about the situation.

Details are unclear right now but this is the second legal matter Haynesworth has been involved in the last week. It was less than two weeks ago when reports surfaced Haynesworth was accused of a road rage assault after an incident involving another driver. And it was just on Saturday that Haynesworth was charged with assault in the case. 

It's hard to find someone who's had more trouble brought their way than Haynesworth. Ever since he's arrived in Washington with that big contract, it seems nothing has gone right for him (and that's usually been his own fault).

For more on the situation, check out SB Nation DC and Hogs Haven.

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