WASHINGTON — A hotel security guard and witness in a sexual abuse case against Albert Haynesworth of the New England Patriots said he was offered $50,000 to testify against the defensive lineman, court records show.

Haynesworth is accused of sliding his credit card into the bra of a waitress and touching her while having drinks with friends last February at the W Hotel in Washington. He is due to stand trial in D.C. Superior Court next Tuesday on a charge of misdemeanor sexual abuse.

He has denied any wrongdoing through his lawyer, who filed sworn statements this week from several witnesses who said they either never saw Haynesworth touch the woman or the waitress allowed Haynesworth to place his credit card inside her bra.

The defense lawyer, A. Scott Bolden, filed the statements as part of a motion that seeks to force prosecutors to turn over any statements or evidence that could help his defense.

A prosecution witness, W Hotel security guard Ramon Davis, said in an affidavit that Haynesworth asked the waitress if he could place his card in her shirt or bra because her hands were full. He said she said yes, then initially appeared playful before telling him to “stop, for real.” He said he never saw Haynesworth fondle the woman.

Davis said in the affidavit that he was approached at work in April by the hotel waitress and a man in a suit who she introduced as her lawyer. The man told Davis, “I’m talking about $50,000 if you help ‘us’ or a ‘certain person,’ ” according to the affidavit. Davis, who testified before a grand jury and was later interviewed by a private detective hired by Bolden, said he was “shocked and ignored the man’s offer.”

“I did not get his name or his contact information and have never spoken to him or followed up with him regarding his offer,” Davis said.

Bolden said Tuesday the man Davis was referring to was connected to the waitress but not actually her lawyer.

William Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office, said prosecutors will file a written response but declined to comment otherwise.

Washington traded Haynesworth last month to New England after his season-long feud with Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan. Haynesworth’s agent, Chad Speck, said he thought the case should be dropped and there’s no evidence of a crime. Haynesworth previously rejected an offer from prosecutors to plead guilty to simple assault in exchange for the dismissal of the sexual abuse charge.

Bolden also filed a motion to keep out of trial statements Haynesworth made to detectives who were investigating the abuse complaint, saying he spoke to the police before being advised of his right to remain silent.

The primary statement Bolden is seeking to suppress is Haynesworth’s reported comment that: “I know what this is about, she is just upset I have a white girlfriend. I couldn’t tell you the last time I dated a black girl. She was trying to get with me.”