Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer fires back at new allegations towards him from 2020 amid sexual assault drama
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer continues to be on administrative leave due to sexual assault allegations. Now, it appears there is more drama coming his way.
A recent article by the Washington Post claimed that Bauer was given a temporary order of protection in 2020 after he allegedly abused an Ohio woman, and apparently made a death threat towards her.
Per the piece, Trevor Bauer choked and punched her while they were having sex. The former UCLA standout, who has let most of his representatives do the speaking, fired back at these new claims on Twitter:
While I have allowed my representatives to speak on my behalf over the last six weeks, I can no longer be silent. I will speak very candidly about the current petition when appropriate, but need to address the allegations made today in The Washington Post. pic.twitter.com/VhDNQyM1cb
— Trevor Bauer (トレバー・バウアー) (@BauerOutage) August 14, 2021
Here’s part of his statement:
“Despite my representatives providing a wealth of contradictory evidence, documents, statements, and background information showing the pattern of disturbing behavior by this woman and her attorneys, The Washington Post opted to ignore much of this information and to run a salacious story disseminating defamatory statements, false information, and baseless allegations,” Bauer wrote.
Whether it’s true or not, this doesn’t help Trevor Bauer’s case as he looks to get back on the mound and help LA compete for another World Series. He’s in extremely hot water right now and it doesn’t seem like anything is going to be resolved anytime soon.
Unfortunately, things keep getting worse for Trevor Bauer.