Internet Responds to Primo Lawyer's 'Nonsense' Claim

Internet Responds to Primo Lawyer’s ‘Nonsense’ Claim

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Former Spurs guard Josh Primo looks at the company’s new logo on the Spurs shirt. Primo’s attorney, William J. Briggs II, said in a statement that his client was “victimized” by a former Spurs psychologist who says he exposed himself to her multiple times.

San Antonio Express-News/Staff photographer Kin Man Hui

The attorney representing former San Antonio Spur Josh Primo in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Bexar County District Court responded to allegations against his client.

Attorney William J. Briggs II said in a report that Primo is “victimized by his former team appointed sports psychologist, who plays with ugly stereotypes and racist fears for his own financial advantage”.

“In an act of treason against his young client, Dr. Cauthen, who is 40, falsely claims that Josh Primo exposed himself to her during her many therapy sessions. Dr. Cauthen’s claims are either a fabrication complete or rude Josh Primo never intentionally exposed himself to her or anyone else and was not even aware that his private parts were visible outside of his workout shorts,” the post reads. communicated.

The statement also alleges that “Dr. Cauthen never informed his patient of the alleged exposure.”

Here is Brigg’s full statement:

Shortly after Briggs sent her statement to the media, the internet erupted. Many pointed to several key statements. Here are a few we found on Twitter.

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