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Former MLB pitcher Trevor Bauer and Lindsey Hill settled their lawsuits Monday without any money getting exchanged between the two sides, according to a video Bauer posted to X, formerly known as Twitter, and an interview Hill did with The Washington Post.
Hill’s insurance company agreed to pay her $300,000, and her attorney, Bryan Freedman, told TMZ that Hill “looks forward to helping others” now that the litigation has ended.
Hill told The Washington Post that her claims never revolved around money, which Bauer alleged in his defamation lawsuit and continued to allege in his video Tuesday.
“I can’t stop Trevor Bauer ever,” Hill told the outlet. “But if I make him think twice before doing that again, it’s totally worth it.”
His attorneys, Jon Fetterolf and Shawn Holley, said in a statement that Bauer wants to “focus completely on baseball” moving forward.
In his nearly four-minute video, Bauer revealed alleged messages and an alleged video from the morning after one of his s*xu*l encounters with Hill, which came to light in September 2022 and depicts Hill laying in bed next to a sleeping Bauer and appearing to smirk without any of the alleged injuries.
One message that Bauer included in the video — claiming that Hill tried to frame him for money — alleged that Hill texted an unknown person his “Net worth is 51 mil,” to which the person allegedly replied, “b–ch, you better secure the bag.”
Bauer said the video “paints a pretty clear picture of what actually happened the evening of May 15th.”
“Now over the last two years, I’ve been forced to defend my integrity and my reputation in a very public setting, but hopefully this is the last time I have to do so, as I’d prefer to just remain focused on doing my job, winning baseball games and entertaining fans around the world,” Bauer said to conclude his video. “So today I’m happy to be moving on with my life.”
The allegation first emerged in June 2021, when Bauer was accused of s*xu*l assault and Hill attempted to get a restraining order against Bauer following their two in-person s*xu*l encounters.
The allegations included claims that Bauer had punched and choked Hill during their s*xu*l encounter.
Although Bauer confirmed publicly that he and Hill engaged in consensual rough s*x, he denied several of Hill’s specific claims and stated that not everything Hill claimed even occurred, including that he never punched Hill.
Then, in April 2022, Bauer sued Hill for defamation while filing lawsuits against The Athletic, former writer Molly Knight and Deadspin.
Hill responded by countersuing Bauer for s*xu*l assault.
In his statement, Bauer referenced the judge’s decision to deny the restraining order sought by Hill in August 2021, which he called an “extremely rare” instance.
“Quite frankly, regardless of the outcome in court, I’ve paid significantly more in legal fees than Lindsey Hill could ever pay me in her entire life, and I knew that would be the case going in,” Bauer said in his video. “But the lawsuit was never about the money for me. It was the only way for me to obtain critical information to clear my name.”
During the litigation process and league investigation, Bauer was suspended 324 games by MLB, though that was eventually reduced to 194 games by an arbitrator.
The Dodgers opted to part ways with Bauer in January, saying that the former Cy Young pitcher wouldn’t be a part of their organization moving forward, and that aligned with what the Los Angeles Times reported in 2021: that Bauer was viewed as a “pariah” in the clubhouse, and someone his Dodgers teammates at the time no longer wanted to play alongside.
Bauer remained unsigned, and he decided to pitch overseas in Japan this year.