Los Angeles Dodgers star pitcher Trevor Bauer issued a statement on Tuesday, vehemently denying the sexual allegations of a woman after their “consensual” encounter last May.

Bauer's agent, Jon Fetterolf, released the statement to ESPN, calling the woman's claims “baseless” and “defamatory.” He also described the woman's violent sexual requests.

“Mr. Bauer had a brief and wholly consensual sexual relationship initiated by (the woman) beginning in April 2021. We have messages that show (the woman) repeatedly asking for ‘rough' sexual encounters involving requests to be ‘choked out' and slapped in the face. In both of their encounters, (the woman) drove from San Diego to Mr. Bauer's residence in Pasadena, Calif., where she went on to dictate what she wanted from him sexually and he did what was asked.”

The woman, meanwhile, was granted a domestic violence restraining order against Bauer, according to her attorney Marc Garelick.

“Our goal is to keep Mr. Bauer from contacting our client in any way possible. We anticipate there will be criminal action against Mr. Bauer, and it is our hope law enforcement will take our client's allegations and case seriously.”

Fetterolf admitted Bauer and the woman went out for a second time. But after that, he said the woman pointed out she sought medical assistance for an apparent concussion.

The MLB is already looking into the issue, while the Dodgers said they exercise extreme caution when it comes to sexual allegations.

Trevor Bauer, a National League Cy Young winner, is a key part of the Dodgers, signing a three-year, $102 million deal.