Published: Thu, March 08, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Here's What Mark Cuban Was Accused Of Doing Back In 2011

Here's What Mark Cuban Was Accused Of Doing Back In 2011

Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank judge Mark Cuban was investigated in 2011 on allegations of sexual assault in Portland, according to a report from Willamette Week.

The woman told cops that Cuban forced his hand down her jeans and penetrated her with his finger as they posed for a photo in April 2011, according to a police report obtained by the Willamette Week.

Portland Police Detective Brendan McGuire, who interviewed Cuban by phone over a month after the incident, said the Mavs' owner denied all the allegations, insisting he did not remember anything unusual about the evening. Eventually, the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office determined there was insufficient evidence to press criminal charges.

Cuban reportedly told police that he remembered nothing "unusual" about the evening. "I stand behind that report 1,000%".

Cuban steadfastly denies the accusation throughout the conversation and re-iterated his denial in a statement to the Week. Ditto for then-Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love and former Blazers television reporter Lindsay McCormick, whom Cuban told police had been with him at the bar.

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Yet a friend of the woman also reportedly told officers that Cuban was "very drunk ... his eyes were half closed, he was unstable on his feet, and he was slurring his words". Cuban and no one observed any inappropriate behavior by Mr. "The complainant requested documentation and investigation of her complaint but has confirmed with me she will not participate in a criminal prosecution and agrees her claim can not be proven".

According to the memo, Cuban was asked three questions in the polygraph exam: "While in the bar did you commit any sexual act?" "Oh my Lord", Cuban said.

The two doctors, both from the George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., reviewed the allegations in the case.

"There is no evidence to corroborate the complainant's statement and there is evidence contradicting the claim", prosecutors wrote in a report explaining why they weren't pursuing the case, adding that the woman didn't want to proceed either.

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