Trevor Bauer’s accuser refutes allegations that she lied about abuse

A San Diego woman claims Trevor Bauer, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher, beat her and sexually abused it. She has denied all of these allegations. “false, fabricated, or bogus,”Her attorneys stated in a court filing.

Bauer denies that he had abused the woman whom he met via social media. In April, he sued her for defamation. He claimed that she had lied about their sexual encounters to ruin his career and reputation while also enriching herself. Major League Baseball suspended Bauer two years after he sued.

Bauer stated that he had consensual sex with the woman, but did not warrant suspension.

The Associated Press doesn’t usually identify victims of sexual violence.

The woman’s response was filed earlier this week in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana. In it, she denied the allegations that she had made about a “false, misleading or defamatory police report”In June 2021, she denied altering or filtering photographs.

The woman admitted that she sent a text to a friend about “going to Europe when she was a rich baseball wife.” However, she denied she had a plan to destroy Bauer’s reputation or career or exploit him for money, although she admits “she was angry at Plaintiff because he had sexually assaulted her.”

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael A. Gonzalez refused to grant the restraining or temporary restraining order. He stated that the woman had been a victim of domestic violence. “materially misleading”In part of her request. The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office declined to file criminal charges against Bauer.

Fred Thiagarajah, one of the woman’s attorneys, is included in Bauer’s defamation lawsuit. He is seeking to have Bauer’s case against him thrown out.

Bauer is also suing 2 media outlets in defamation for their coverage of the allegations.

MLB is appealing Bauer’s suspension. A ruling is not expected in the foreseeable future.


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