Trevor Bauer seen for first time since being accused of raping & beating woman as Dodgers 'don't want to see him again'

TREVOR Bauer has been seen for the first time since being accused of raping and beating a woman after reports his Dodgers teammates "don't want to see him again."

The baseball star, 30, was seen outside a home in California on Saturday – a day after appearing in court for a hearing over his accuser's temporary restraining order.

Bauer – who sources say normally drives a McLaren sports car – was seen running errands in a Nissan Rouge SUV.

Dressed in a baseball cap and Nike shorts, Bauer was pictured with a woman believed to be his mother Kathy.

He had appeared in court on Friday wearing a suit and was taken away by his team without being pictured.

The LA Times reports that a "majority" of Bauer's teammates "do not want [him] back under any circumstances."

Bauer appeared in court to fight the extension of a protective order sought by a woman who says he choked her to the point where she lost consciousness and punched her during two sexual encounters earlier this year.


The accuser said the Dodgers pitcher "without asking me or telling me in advance, he wrapped my hair around my neck and choked me", court documents obtained by The Sun reveal.

The woman also said Bauer "began putting his fingers down my throat in an aggressive manner" during the alleged assault.

Attorneys for Bauer and for the woman – identified as Ms Hill – said Friday that they intend to call several witnesses, including the pitcher.

Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman delayed the beginning of that hearing until August 2.

That came after Bauer’s attorney, Shawn Holley, said she was given the woman’s witness list late and had insufficient time to prepare.

Police in Pasadena, California, are also investigating the allegations for possible criminal charges.


The judge extended the temporary restraining order keeping Bauer from making any contact with the woman until the full hearing is completed.

Bauer’s agent Jon Fetterolf said in a statement that the pair’s brief relationship was “wholly consensual.”

Fetterolf said: "Mr. Bauer had a brief and wholly consensual sexual relationship initiated by [the accuser] beginning in April 2021.

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


Fetterolf said the woman twice "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: "Following each of her only two meetings with Mr. Bauer, [the accuser] spent the night and left without incident, continuing to message Mr. Bauer with friendly and flirtatious banter."

Bauer's reps also shared messages between him and his accuser in which they apparently discussed rough sex.

The woman, who is from San Diego, said in court documents that she and Bauer met on Instagram.

She later visited his home in Pasadena and had sexual encounters that began as consensual but grew violent without her consent, the documents said.

The woman alleges one incident left her with two black eyes, a bloodied swollen lip, significant bruising and scratching to one side of her face.

Court documents say she sought the order because Bauer was repeatedly calling and texting her after the second encounter to ask if she was OK, and she wanted no more contact with him.

Bauer’s agents said he hadn’t made any contact with her in a month when the restraining order was first sought, making the move baseless.

Major League Baseball put Bauer on paid leave on July 2 under the joint domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse policy.

The leave has been extended through July 27 and could be extended further.

Bauer agreed to a $102 million, three-year contract to join his hometown Dodgers earlier this year.

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