Mark Cuban was investigated for sexually assaulting woman in 2011

Hope Soto
March 9, 2018

The woman also provided Portland Police with seven photos, two of which McGuire reportedly deemed "significant".

"I have concluded no crime can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt", Rees wrote in the July 27, 2011, memo.

"I really left it in the past", she told Jaquiss.

The woman reportedly submitted photos to the police department that showed Cuban "stretching to reach his arm down" while the woman had a "look of surprise and strain".

"A$3 round 2 am, the woman said, she and her friend went to pay their tab and encountered Cuban, who was standing by himself". While they smiled for the camera, she claimed, he thrust his hand down the back of her jeans and penetrated her vagina with his finger.

"This incident never happened and her accusations are false", Houze said.

The woman declined to proceed with the allegation at the time but she still contends he did what she accuses him of doing.

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The woman, who is now in her 30s and married, briefly spoke with Williamette Week about the incident. "I stand behind that report 1,000 percent".

Cuban has denied the allegations.

Cuban told the Associated Press in a late night email Tuesday, "It didn't happen".

In February, Sports Illustrated published their story detailing alleged sexual misconduct by former Mavericks president Terdema Ussery as well as domestic violence by Mavs.com writer Earl K. Sneed. None said they witnessed an assault.

"Cuban's response in 2011: "'Cause I always make a point to show my ring finger whenever I take pictures with girls.

The police report explains that in one of the pictures, she appears uncomfortable. The claim is that Cuban allegedly thrust his hand down the back of her trousers and "penetrated her vagina". In it, the woman's friend said that Cuban was, "Very drunk" and that "His eyes were half closed, he was unstable on his feet, and he was slurring his words". "In this case have you lied to your attorney in any way?"

"The case detective and the complainant both agree with the conclusion there is no corroborative evidence to support the complainant's allegation", wrote senior deputy DA Don Rees on July 27, 2011, via Williamette Weekly.

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