What Happened To Trevor Bauer? Update On His Court Case

Trevor Bauer, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ standout pitcher, is still being investigated for sexual assault & will not pitch in the majors this season. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed Trevor Bauer this offseason. Before being placed on administrative leave, he made 17 starts for the team.

According to a league official, Major League Baseball and the players’ union agreed on Friday to extend his administrative vacation until the completion of the postseason.

What Happened To Trevor Bauer?

A 27-year-old woman accused Trevor Bauer of assaulting her in Pasadena, Calif, in May,

The Pasadena Police Department is continuously investigating Bauer, and he served with A temporary restraining order in late June.

After a woman accused Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer of choking her until she lost consciousness and hurt her throughout two sexual encounters, Pasadena police investigated him for criminal assault.

The Dodgers have placed Bauer on administrative leave while MLB conducts its investigation. Major League Baseball has extended that paid leave, which does not constitute a disciplinary punishment.

Bauer has disputed the charges through his agency, claiming that the encounters were consensual.

Judge Decision And Court Case Update 2021 On Trevor Bauer Case

On Aug. 19, after hearing testimony and evidence from both sides, a Los Angeles judge dissolved Trevor Bauer’s temporary protection order and denied the woman’s request for a more permanent one.

The judge deemed parts of the woman’s protection order request materially deceptive. Even though images of the woman’s injuries were horrible, she found that Bauer had not gone beyond the woman’s rough sex limitations.

According to his representative Jon Fetterolf, Bauer has denied the woman’s allegations and stated that his relationship with her was short and entirely consensual.

Bauer’s case was presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office on Aug. 27 by the Pasadena Police Department.

Bauer has yet to face any charges or get arrested.

On Friday, a representative with the Pasadena Police Department declined to comment. Bauer’s case is still being investigated, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office.

While the M.L.B. has a history of waiting to the criminal justice system before imposing its punishments, a player’s suspension does not require a conviction, charge, or arrest.