Former Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer claims rape accuser was after his money and He Has The Proof!
Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer and Lindsey Hill, the woman who had accused him of sexual assault, have resolved their mutual defamation lawsuits.
“Mr. Bauer has not made any payments to Ms. Hill, and he never had, as a means to resolve their legal dispute. With this matter now behind us, Mr. Bauer can fully concentrate on his baseball career,” stated Bauer’s legal representatives, Shawn Holley and Jon Fetterolf, in a communication sent to TMZ on Monday.
Hill’s attorney, Bryan Freedman, informed TMZ that Hill is not compensating Bauer to settle his lawsuit. Instead, she is receiving a $300,000 settlement from her insurance provider.
Currently playing for the Yokohama DeNA Baystars in Japan, Bauer posted a video on X (formerly Twitter) on Monday, sharing what he claims to be evidence supporting his assertion that Hill’s entire accusation was an orchestrated scheme aimed at extracting money from him.
In the post, Bauer presented a selfie video featuring Hill smiling in his bed, which he purports to have been recorded the morning after she alleged he sexually assaulted her at his Pasadena residence in 2021.