Over the past couple of years, Trevor Bauer has made plenty of headlines around Major League Baseball, not only because of his dominant pitching but also because of his constant controversial remarks.
Often accused of using pine tar and sticky substances, Bauer has been a disruptive agent for the league on social media. Yet, they've never been able to prove that he's - in fact - using illegal substances.
Nonetheless, the league has finally found a reason to get him out of the game, as the Los Angeles Dodgers star has been accused by a woman of beating her up during their encounters.
Woman Who Accused Trevor Bauer Had A History With Fernando Tatis Jr
But now, to make things a little more complicated, Radar reported that the woman had also been with San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr and that he could also be brought in for an investigation, as one of her friends reached out to MLB and the Pasadena Police Department with more evidence:
"In the messages – obtained and reviewed by Radar – the alleged victim told the friend she allegedly had a past sexual relationship with San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis, Jr., saying she "cant believe I achieved that," adding that it was the "best sex OF MY LIFE." The woman alluded to that relationship being "the reason [she] had to resign from the pad squad!" Per the Padres' website, the Pad Squad is an ambassador team for the Padres and part of the Petco Park experience," stated the report.
"The woman went on to send the friend screenshots of Instagram DMs allegedly exchanged between herself and Bauer, noting that she was "going to his house" that week and "already [has] her hooks in," adding, "you know how I roll," added Radar.
"The woman told the friend she was "literally going to get in his head"… "and find pine tar." She added, "trust me I know what I'm doing." The woman said Bauer was "so intriguing to me tho" and that "hes a whackaddodle. Like Clev," a reference to Bauer's former teammate and San Diego Padres pitcher Mike Clevinger, who she alluded to knowing," the report concluded.
The texts, however, do not imply that Tatis Jr also assaulted her or anything like that. But, according to the alleged victim, those texts could hurt her case as she believes people won't take her seriously anymore. Whatever's the case, it seems like this history just won't go away any time soon.