Lindsey Hill The San Diego Woman Who Accuses Trevor Bauer of Sexual Assault
With immediate effect, Major League Baseball has suspended Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer for 324 games after Lindsey Hill accused him of sexual assault and domestic violence in June 2021.
Given that the number of games matches two complete seasons, this is the most severe punishment in MLB history under the domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy that MLB and the Players Union agreed to in 2015.
Bauer plans to appeal the sanction, which would cost him the rest of the 2022 season, the entire 2023 season, and the first few games of the 2024 season, in addition to a salary cut of about $60 million.
“In the strongest possible terms, I deny violating the league’s domestic violence and sexual assault policy,” Bauer said in a statement Friday.
“I am appealing this action and expect to win. My representatives and I have always respected the confidentiality of the proceedings.”
Who is Lindsey Hill and how did she meet Bauer?
Bauer allegedly met San Diego resident Hill on social networking. The lady and the Dodgers pitcher had consensual rough intercourse at his house twice after talking about her sexual preferences, according to the defamation and tortious interference case the player brought against her.
“Ms. Hill continued to pursue Mr. Bauer after their first sexual encounter in order to have rough sex with him again, but this time she told Mr. Bauer she wanted a rougher sexual experience. Unbeknownst to Mr. Bauer, who thought Ms. Hill was simply expressing her sexual preferences, Ms. Hill’s goal was to entice Mr. Bauer into a rougher sexual experience so she could later claim this sexual experience was not what she requested, laying the groundwork for a financial settlement “According to the document.