Washington, D.C. police are investigating a sexual abuse complaint made against Redskins tackle Albert Haynesworth.
According to NBCWashington.com, Haynesworth allegedly sexually abused a waitress at The W Hotel over the weekend, and the U.S. Attorney's Office is expected to launch an investigation into the allegations and decide what to charge Haynesworth with should the allegations hold true.
In a statement, Haynesworth's agent Chad Speck denied the validity of the allegations and intimated that Haynesworth's legal team was weighing whether or not to pursue its own legal action, in this case, likely a defamation lawsuit.
According to the police report obtained by NBCWashington, a Subject 1 who is believed to be Haynesworth, inappropriately groped the waitress while paying for his bill at the hotel restaurant.
If true, these allegations would be the latest blackeye on Haynesworth's time with the Redskins. After signing a seven-year, $100 million contract with the Redskins in February 2009, Haynesworth quickly became a nuisance for his new team. In the fall of 2009, he publically criticized defensive coordinator Greg Blache's system, saying he didn't know how much longer he could last on the team if the defensive scheme was not changed.
The following off-season, Haynesworth repeatedly clashed with new coach Mike Shanahan, and was eventually suspended for much of the season.
Earlier this month, Haynesworth allegedly punched a motorist after a traffic altercation and Saturday signed a simple assault summons and talked with police.