The judge said the injuries, as shown in the photos, were terrible, but added: “If she set limits and he exceeded them, this case would have been clear. But she set limits without taking into account all the consequences, and the respondent does not exceed the limits set by the importer ‘, according to ESPN.
Lisa Helfend Meyer, said the plaintiff’s lawyer in a statement to E! News: “While our client is disappointed with the judge’s decision, she hopes that Mr Bauer will voluntarily seek the help he needs to make sure that no other woman in the relationship with him experiences the same traumatic fate. as she is. so she was ready to go ahead and bear the sacrifice of Mr. Bauer’s accusation, which she knew would inevitably lead to it. Keeping not only yourself but also other women safe from the hands of this troubled man has always been a priority – and will continue to be so. “
Bauer’s lawyers, Sean Holly and John Fetterolf, said in a statement after the ruling: “We are grateful to the Supreme Court of Los Angeles for rejecting the request for a permanent remand in custody and for dismissing the interim remand against Mr Bauer today. filed in June, we appreciate the Court reviewing all the necessary information and testimony to make this informed decision. “
At the time the provisional remand measure is issued, Police have launched an investigation in the two alleged meetings between the woman and Bauer, which the woman said took place on April 21 and May 16 at Bauer’s home in Pasadena, California. No arrests have been made and no criminal charges have been filed against the athlete.
Earlier, Fetterolf had said in a statement that Bauer had “a brief and fully coordinated sexual relationship, initiated by” the woman, which began in April and included “only two meetings.”