LA Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer told to stay at least 300ft from 'rape victim' as temporary restraining order granted

LA DODGERS pitcher Trevor Bauer has been ordered to stay at least 300ft from his alleged rape victim after a judge granted a temporary restraining order on Friday.

According to court documents obtained by The Sun, Bauer is prohibited from going anywhere near the victim, her home, place of employment, vehicle, or school.

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The alleged victim filed for the protective order on Tuesday in the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles.

The woman claims Bauer hit her in the face, vagina, and buttocks. The victim also alleged the baseball player strangled her with her hair.

During a second alleged assault, the 27-year-old victim said she blacked out after claiming he choked her unconscious.

Text messages appeared to show that Bauer messaged the victim to ask her how she was in the aftermath of the alleged attack.

Bauer reportedly said: “I feel so bad that this happened. Wish I could be there with you through it.”

A second message read: “I do. I absolutely do. Never want to see you hurting.”

“I agreed to have consensual sex; however, I did not agree or consent to what he did next,” the 27-year-old victim explained in a sworn declaration.

Medical records appear to show she was hospitalized for injuries which included a head injury.

MLB star Bauer was named in a litany of accusations that went from consensual to vicious causing the 27-year-old San Diego woman he met online to suffer black eyes and various scratches.

In the first encounter, the woman reportedly drove from San Diego to Los Angeles to meet Bauer.

Once they became intimate, the woman claims Bauer used her hair to choke her until she blacked out, court documents show.

She claims Bauer “sexually assaulted” her by sodomizing her, leaving her bleeding and struggling to walk.

The pair communicated the next morning with Bauer allegedly teasing her about being sore and her informing him that she did not enjoy the time together, according to the report.

During this second time together the woman accused the pitcher of punching her several times in the head and vagina.

“After punching me several times, he then flipped me back onto my stomach and began choking me with hair,” she said.

“I lost consciousness again.”

The victim added: "This was the first punch I felt but it is very possible that Trevor had already been punching and scratching the right side of my face while I was unconscious.

"Trevor then punched me hard with a closed fist to the left side of my jaw, the left side of my head, and both cheekbones. I remember this vividly and it was extremely startling and painful.

"I was absolutely frozen and terrified. I could not speak or move. After punching me several times, he then flipped me back onto my stomach and began choking me with hair. I lost consciousness again.

"He opened my legs to expose my vagina and began punching me repeatedly in the vagina."

The experience, she says, left her in a state of shaking and sobbing – with Bauer allegedly trying to inform her she was safe.

The incidents allegedly took place in April and May. 

The declaration goes on to add that it was during their second and final time together that the woman visited an emergency room and claims to have been diagnosed with a head injury and assault by manual strangulation.

The woman appears to have sought help from the Pasadena Police who are investigating her claims.

She said: "'I was afraid what Trevor would do if he found out. I remain afraid that Trevor will find me and hurt me for going to the hospital."

Bauer has denied the allegations, according to a statement from his agent, Jon Fetterolf.

"Mr. Bauer had a brief and wholly consensual sexual relationship initiated by [the woman] beginning in April 2021," Fetterolf told ESPN.

"We have messages that show [the woman] repeatedly asking for 'rough' sexual encounters involving requests to be 'choked out' and slapped in the face.

"In both of their encounters, [the woman] drove from San Diego to Mr. Bauer's residence in Pasadena, Calif. where she went on to dictate what she wanted from him sexually and he did what was asked," he added.

Under the MLB's domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy – Bauer has been placed on paid leave for seven days.

Bauer was not seen in the Dodgers White House visit, where the team celebrated their 2020 World Series win with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday.

A hearing on the restraining order is scheduled for July 23, which will decide whether the temporary order will become permanent.

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