An Arizona woman who accused former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer of sexual assault in December 2020 has reportedly given different versions of whether she had a miscarriage or an abortion while she was allegedly pregnant with his baby. .
The woman reported the alleged incident to Scottsdale police in December 2022, and details about it emerged earlier this week.
Among the complaints, the woman said that Bauer raped her and impregnated her.
The woman initially told authorities that she “had a miscarriage, but later referred to the miscarriage as an abortion,” ESPN reported, citing police documents.
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“At that point during the interview I questioned [her] if she had a miscarriage or miscarriage because they are two separate things. During the Interview, [she] stated ‘they’re pretty much the same’ and said he didn’t want to talk about it anymore,” a detective wrote in the report.
A month later, the woman allegedly told the detective that she had not miscarried, but instead miscarried before going to a clinic in another state. She told police that she “did not visit medical people for any treatment, but she did see her obstetrician in Scottsdale when she returned to AZ.”
The detective wrote that the medical records she provided “do not indicate” whether she was “in fact pregnant,” according to ESPN.
Bauer’s attorney, Anne Chapman, approached Scottsdale police in January to file a complaint, alleging “extortion theft” and that the woman “had demanded financial compensation from her client for a pregnancy and abortion that were allegedly false”. Police reportedly determined that Bauer’s complaint did not rise to a criminal level.
In March, police asked to interview him after he signed with the Yokohama BayStars. Approximately 11 days later, ESPN reported that Chapman declined because Bauer had moved to Japan. The case was considered inactive “because probable cause had not been established.”
“Mr. Bauer was cooperative with the Scottsdale Police Department’s investigation,” Chapman told ESPN. “He was out of state for a family medical emergency at the time of the interview request before traveling to Japan for the season. His attorneys offered to address further questions following his initial statement and evidence, but that was not necessary anymore. that the case was inactive.”
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Lawyers for the woman filed an amended complaint Tuesday stating for the record for the first time that she had a miscarriage. That same day, Bauer’s allegations came to light in a USA Today report.
The pitcher filed a countersuit against the woman. He has not been charged with any crime.
“Trevor Bauer categorically denies this woman’s wild allegations. She has made four documented multi-million dollar extortion lawsuits in the past two years, prompting Mr. Bauer to file a criminal complaint against her. He is also actively suing her for fraud.” Bauer said. co-agents, Jon Fetterolt and Rachel Luba, said in a statement Wednesday.
“Her claims are not tied to reality and change every time she changes lawyers. First, she sought money to terminate an alleged pregnancy, then she claimed, among other things, that she was distraught about having an abortion, and now her most recent claim suggests for the first time she had a miscarriage.
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“This woman has published public YouTube videos, conducted formal interviews with multiple entities and filed a public complaint against Mr. Bauer. Despite his numerous attempts to publish his lies, all entities that reviewed the facts and evidence, including various news organizations, recognized the ludicrousness of his claims and refused to publish these obviously false and defamatory allegations.
“That is, until USA Today failed to take into account any underlying information except the woman’s allegations in a rush to publish her outdated claims and provide a vehicle for her fraud. Worse still, due to their lack of diligence, USA Today neither didn’t even notice that this woman filed another version of her claim the same day she published her story. USA Today’s reporting is just as reckless as this woman’s fraudulent claims.”