Judge denies restraining order for woman who charged Dodgers’ Trevor Bauer

Major League Baseball continues to investigate Trevor Bauer.

ORA Los Angeles judge ruled in favor of Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer on Thursday and denied a removal request from a woman who claimed the player strangled her unconscious and punched her during two sexual encounters.

Denying the order after a four-day hearing, Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman said that, according to testimony from the 27-year-old San Diego resident, Bauer followed her limits when she set them and that he did not he could know the limits that she did not express to him.

“We consider in a sexual encounter that when a woman says she should not be believed,” Gould-Saltman said. “What should we do when she says yes?

The judge indicated that the woman’s request for a restraining order for domestic violence is “materially misleading.”

Bauer showed no reaction to the failure.

It was a huge victory for Bauer in his public battle to clear his name, but police and Major League Baseball continue to investigate the incident.

MLB placed Bauer on a suspension with pay on July 2, which runs through Friday.

And the police in Pasadena, California, also run a criminal investigation.

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