A 27-year-old woman admitted in court on Tuesday that she had previous sexual relationships with two San Diego Padres players, shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. and pitcher Mike Clevinger.
“I don’t see how that’s relevant,” said the woman, as she fired back at Trevor Bauer’s attorney, Shawn Holley’s, inquiry about the relationships.
The unidentified woman is currently seeking a five-year restraining order against Bauer, claiming he choked her until she was unconscious and beat her during two rough sexual encounters at his Pasadena home in April and May.
Bauer’s attorney that spoke on a series of text messages containing references to San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. and pitcher Mike Clevinger.
“After acknowledging that she had a sexual relationship with Tatis, the accuser also said she was fired from the Pad Squad, a group of young women who participate in community events on behalf of the Padres, because of that relationship.
About the time of her first sexual encounter with Bauer, the woman said in a message to her cousin: “Trevor is a wackadoodle like Clev.” That message, and the one mentioning Tatis, were not included in the woman’s request for a restraining order. She reluctantly identified Clev as Clevinger.
The woman, who testified Monday that she was an alcoholic from age 15 to 25 before achieving sobriety in January 2020, said the relationship with Tatis occurred in 2019 when she was still drinking and the relationship with Clevinger occurred in October 2020, after she became sober.”
The woman claims her dealing with Tatis was not something she would put in the relationship category. When asked about her relationship with Clevinger, the woman replied, “He doesn’t need to be brought into this.”
Bauer’s accuser confirmed she had a sexual relationship with Clevinger in October 2020.
“Holley’s questioning appeared to tie in with Bauer’s legal strategy of minimizing the accuser’s relationship with Bauer. They have argued the woman did not have a “dating relationship” with Bauer, and therefore he should not be subject to this domestic violence restraining order in family court.
“Petitioner and Respondent (Bauer) did not have a ‘dating relationship’ as required for a domestic violence restraining order,” Bauer’s attorneys wrote in a court filing. “The California Legislature tailored domestic violence proceedings to apply only to certain intimate relationships. The two sexual encounters between Petitioner and Respondent over less than a month do not satisfy the statutory requirement for such relationships.”
As previously reported, the woman allegedly sent her cousin a text message about Bauer that said, “It was consensual but like didnt expect two black eyes!? Like he def took it too far dont you think lol.”
In another text Holley introduced to the court, the woman told Bauer, “Gimme all the pain. Rawr.”
“Did you not think that it was of critical importance to let the court know that you asked for sex to be rougher and harder and that you had never been more turned on? Did you not think it was important to let the court know that?” Holley asked Bauer’s accuser.
“No,” she responded.
When she got questioned by her attorney over the text messages, she replied, “I lost any chance of giving consent after the first time he choked me.”
Aside from Bauer accusations, she also claimed she was “slut shamed” by a Pasadena police detective when she reported the incident.
“I was told by the Pasadena Police two different times that they were going to arrest [Bauer],” the woman said.
H/T – Bro Bible