Trevor Bauer has already been in hot water after a woman has been claiming that Bauer physically abused her during consensual sex. Now, more abuse claims are coming out of Ohio, where he was reportedly given a protective order last August, according to the Washington Post.
Bauer is currently on administrative leave by MLB as now he allegedly abused a woman in Ohio and sent death threats to her. Here, Bauer is said to have punched and choked her without her consent while having sex. He even supposedly sent a text to this woman saying he doesn’t “feel like spending time in jail for killing someone.”
Bauer added that this is what would happen if he saw this woman again. After these texts, the woman resorted to filing a protective order. She also tried to show police the injuries to her eyes in 2017 but instead was arrested for underage drinking. There were bruises on her face and blood on her eyes.
Bauer ended up calling the report by the Post a “false narrative” as his female friends and acquaintances ended up being contacted.
“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 said.
Bauer’s lawyer has since said that the two were in a consensual relationship from 2016-2019. She also allegedly demanded $3.4 million to “remain silent.” The protection order ended up being dropped six weeks after being filed, as well.
Bauer has since put out text messages to try to defend his name. Flip the pages to check these out that he dropped on Twitter today.