WRC-TV first reported that a waitress at the W Hotel in downtown Washington told police that the 350-pound lineman touched her breast while paying his bill early Sunday.
Haynesworth's agent, Chad Speck, denied that his client had done anything wrong. In a statement to The Washington Examiner, Speck said: "There seems to be no truth to these allegations, and we are currently evaluating the facts and considering our own legal actions against those involved."
According to the report filed with D.C. police, the waitress was clearing the table and her hands were full with glasses when the suspect asked whether he could stick his credit card in her blouse to pay the bill. The waitress nodded her approval, and the suspect placed the card in her blouse near the breast area, slid it further and then began to caress her breast. The incident is being investigated as misdemeanor sexual abuse, according to the police report. The suspect is not named in the report, but he is described as a 6-foot-6, 350- to 370-pound black male with a goatee.
D.C. police spokeswoman Officer Tisha Gant said her department could not confirm whether Haynesworth was under investigation because there have been no arrests or charges.
The alleged incident occurred just hours after Haynesworth reported to Fairfax County police to face misdemeanor assault charges in a road rage incident.
Police say a 38-year-old man was assaulted by the driver of a pickup truck who was tailgating him Feb. 2. The man said he made a hand gesture and the driver of the pickup approached his car at a traffic light and punched the man in the nose.
The Redskins suspended Haynesworth for the final four games of the 2010 season, citing conduct detrimental to the team and likely signaling a future divorce with the organization. Haynesworth signed a seven-year, $100 million contract with Washington in the 2009 offseason and received $32 million in the first 13 months of the contract.
After he was suspended in December, defensive end Phillip Daniels said, "For the most part everyone is tired about talking about Albert, and it's time to move on."
Examiner staff writer John Keim contributed to this report.