Trevor Bauer, the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher accused of sexual assault, used the Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal to take a shot at “the media.”
“I guess it’s important to know all the facts before jumping to conclusions, huh? Apparently not everything written in the media is true,” Bauer tweeted.
Bauer was initially positioned on seven days’ paid go away July 2 after a California girl accused him of going too far throughout two sexual encounters. The go away was prolonged for the remainder of the season on Sept. 10.
Bauer’s representatives stated in September that the pitcher agreed to increase the executive go away by means of the playoffs “in a measure of good faith and in an effort to minimize any distraction to the Dodgers organization and his teammates.”
DODGERS PITCHER TREVOR BAUER’S LEAVE EXTENDED THROUGH THE 2021 SEASON
“He continues to cooperate with the MLB investigation and refute the baseless allegations against him. Again, by definition administrative leave is neither a disciplinary action nor does it in any way reflect a finding in the league’s investigation,” his reps added.
The Pasadena Police Department has delivered the outcomes of its investigation into the lady’s allegations to the Los Angeles County district lawyer’s workplace. The case stays underneath assessment.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman denied the lady’s request for a restraining order in opposition to Bauer earlier this 12 months.
According to The Washington Post, Bauer’s legal professionals will search charges from the lady and her authorized staff who petitioned the courts for a restraining order and should subpoena a duplicate of her cellular phone information to see whether or not there may be “evidence of her improper purpose and bad faith.”
Bauer has maintained that any encounters with the lady have been “wholly consensual.”
Bauer signed with the Dodgers within the offseason following a Cy Young Award season with the Cincinnati Reds in 2020. He determined to decide into his deal for the 2022 season with the Dodgers.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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