Internet responds to Primo attorney’s ‘insane’ statement


Former Spurs guard Josh Primo looks at the new team logo on a Spurs jersey.  Primo's attorney, William J. Briggs II, said in a statement that his client is. "victim" The former Spurs psychologist has spoken out against her on several occasions.

Former Spurs guard Josh Primo looks at the new team logo on a Spurs jersey. Primo’s attorney, William J. Briggs II, said in a statement that his client was being “bullied” by a former Spurs psychologist who repeatedly exposed her.

Kin Man Hui, San Antonio Express-News/Staff photographer

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

said attorney William J. Briggs II. In the statement Primo “is being blamed by a sports psychologist hired by his former team who has been accused of playing in ugly ways and fueling racial fears for her own financial gain.”

“In an act of betrayal against her young clients, Dr. Cauthen, 40, falsely revealed himself to Josh Primo during several of her therapy sessions. Dr. Cauthen’s allegations were either a complete fabrication, embellished, or fanciful. Josh Primo was never aware of any intentional disclosures to her or anyone else, and his private parts were s He didn’t even realize he was visible outside his workout shorts, the statement said.

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

Here is Brigg’s full statement.

Soon after Briggs sent his statement to the media, the internet went viral. Many pointed to key statements. Here are some things I found on Twitter.

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