The New York Times reported for the first time that Maggette was a Duke's basketball player, who is accusing Watson of extortion during his second time in the Duke.
Maggette, who played at the NBA for 14 seasons and is now a freelance basketball analyst at Fox Sports West, disagreed with Times Times.
"It was only through media accounts and a statement by Meredith Watson's lawyer that I first learned or heard about the accusation of sexual abuse," Maggette said. "I never forbade anyone in my life and totally and categorically deny such a charge."
When CNN contacted, Fox Sports West said it was serious about accusations of misconduct.
"We are discussing this issue. We have no other comments at this time, ”said the network.
In a Friday statement, Watson's lawyer, Nancy Erika Smith, said she had gone to a dean who was not used after Watson's rape, who had not given any help and did not encourage her to continue. Watson also said Fairfax, said Smith
Michael Schoenfeld, Duke, vice president of public affairs and government, said: "We are preparing information to determine what policies and procedures have been in place for the period during which these incidents occurred, and whether they were activated and tracked. We are currently unable to provide additional information or comment on any person. claim to use Watson.
Watson said Fairfax attacked her when they both visited the dukes in 2000. And there were friends, but not a romantic participant in the statement of lawyer Smith Mullin
When Watson asked Fairfax why he did it Smith says: "I knew you would be too bad for you last year afraid to say anything. ”
“ J. Fairfax actually used his "friend" rape against him when he decided to rape it in advance, "said Smith.
"I'm telling you once again: I'm not sexually assaulted or raped by Meredith Watson, Vanessa Tyson, or other people," said Fairfax.
"One thing I would like to make clear is that I knew at that time in both cases, and I know today that interoperability has been agreed."
Fairfax said he "expressed the truth".
"I want to stand here in this truth and reaffirm my truth, as well as dr. The truth of Tyson and Watson must be fully investigated and thoroughly assessed, ”said Fairfax. He urged the FBI to "fully and thoroughly investigate the objections against me".