Editor's Note: This story includes graphic descriptions of sexual assault allegations.
Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer's administrative leave has been extended to Aug. 20, according to The Athletic's Fabian Ardaya.
Bauer, 30, has been on administrative leave since July 2 as MLB and the MLBPA investigate sexual assault allegations against him. A domestic violence ex parte restraining order against Bauer was filed on June 28, and a hearing on the restraining order is scheduled for Aug. 16, per Ardaya.
Bauer is accused of assaulting a woman on two occasions earlier this year. The woman in question said Bauer committed multiple non-consensual acts after what began as consensual sex, including choking her unconscious and inducing head trauma via repeated punches to the head.
MLB can suspend Bauer under its personal conduct policy regardless of any legal proceedings. Bauer is currently in his 10th MLB season and his first with Los Angeles.
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