Trevor Bauer strangled a woman he was having sex with until she lost consciousness on multiple occasions, repeatedly punched her in the face during sex and left her with injuries that required hospitalization, the woman said in a domestic violence restraining order.
In a copy of the order obtained by ESPN, the woman, 27, said: "I am deeply concerned that no arrest has been made or charges filed." While asking the court to issue a no-contact order that would prevent Bauer from coming within 100 yards of her, the woman provided graphic details of two meetings with Bauer and photographs that show two black eyes, scratches on her face and bruised and cut lips.
"I agreed to have consensual sex," the woman said in a declaration given under the penalty of perjury. "However I did not agree or consent to what he did next. I did not agree to be sexually assaulted."
Pasadena (CA) police continue to investigate the alleged assaults, which took place April 21 and May 16.
Bauer plans to refute the account during a July 23 hearing, according to his representatives.
Major League Baseball has opened an investigation into Bauer under its joint domestic violence policy with the players' union, according to sources.