Mavs Owner Mark Cuban Denies 2011 Sexual Assault Allegation

Mavs Owner Mark Cuban Denies 2011 Sexual Assault Allegation

Mavs Owner Mark Cuban Denies 2011 Sexual Assault Allegation

A police report obtained by Nigel Jaquiss of Willamette Week, a news organization in Portland, Oregon, states that Mavs owner Mark Cuban was accused of sexual assault in 2011.

Cuban denied the allegations in an email to the paper, saying, "It didn't happen".

Bass said, via The Associated Press, that the league is also reviewing subsequent findings from the Portland police investigation.

"He then moved his hand down until it was on her buttocks", Portland Police Detective Brendan McGuire wrote in his summary of the woman's statement.

The woman, who is now in her 30s and married, briefly spoke with Williamette Week about the incident. The news broke just two weeks after Sports Illustrated published a report claiming that Cuban's National Basketball Association team had fostered an hostile work environment, rife with misogyny and sexual harassment.

Crowdfunding to help chainsaw attack victim, Mhlengi Gwala
He said the saw missed a main artery and that surgeons are confident they can save the leg. "Mhlengi doesn't know why they left". Triathlete Mhlengi Gwala was badly injured when robbers attacked him with a chainsaw on Tuesday morning, News24 reported .

Axis Bank's exposure to Nirav Modi, Gitanjali Group Rs200cr
The accused officials of PNB did not enter the instructions for these LoUs and in their internal software to avoid scrutiny. With Axis Bank and ICICI Bank complying with the SFIO summons, other lenders are likely to follow the suit.

France Moves to Make Its Age of Consent 15 Years Old
Sentences are the same for sexual assaults of minors and non-minors, but rape convictions carry much harsher punishments. However, if the adult in question is to be charged with rape, the prosecutors must prove that the sex was forced.

She reportedly told police two weeks later, including in her complaint seven photographs taken of her and Cuban. "Cuban. This incident never happened and her accusations are false". "According to the detailed prosecution decline memo, investigators interviewed the complainant's boyfriend and female friend, as well as employees and patrons of the bar, and other persons with Mr". She says that despite the fact no charges were filed, she stands behind her report "1,000 percent".

"I filed the report because what he did was wrong".

According to the report, Cuban was in town in May 2011 when he went to a local nightclub where the alleged victim, who did not want to be named, approached him for a photo. They were described by an officer as showing Cuban, whose hands were not visible, appearing to "be stretching to reach his arm down" while standing beside the woman. "While in the bar did you stick your finger in any woman's vagina?"

Cuban answered "no" to all three questions and the examiner concluded that he was telling the truth, Rees wrote, though the prosecutor acknowledged that polygraph results would not be admissible in court.

In a report explaining why they weren't pursuing the case, prosecutors wrote that 'there is no evidence to corroborate the complainant's statement and there is evidence contradicting the claim'.

Related news