Report: Dodgers’ Trevor Bauer On Administrative Leave Following Assault Accusation

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Dodgers’ Trevor Bauer is reportedly out on paid administrative leave by the league following an assault accusation.

Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred reportedly placed Bauer on paid leave for 7 days while the league investigates claims of sexual assault brought by an unnamed woman against the NL Cy Young award winner, TMZ reported in a piece published Friday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The 21-year-old woman claimed on multiple occasions Bauer reportedly had consensual sex with her that allegedly turned violent, according to court documents obtained by the outlet.

In one case, the MLB player allegedly choked her to the point of losing consciousness and then had non-consensual anal sex with her. (RELATED: REPORT: Trevor Bauer Is Under Investigation For Assault, His Agent Says Text Messages Prove He’s Innocent)

The accuser claimed the Dodgers’ star “wrapped” her hair around her neck and “choked” her to the point she allegedly said she lost consciousness.

Bauer has denied any wrong doing and representative’s for the baseball star said texts between the two of them have been turned into the Pasadena Police Department investigating the allegations.

A hearing is scheduled for July 23.