Amid continuing fallout over the Dallas Mavericks’ sexual misconduct scandal, owner Mark Cuban is now the subject of a resurfaced sexual assault allegation surrounding a 2011 incident in a Portland, Oregon nightclub. The disturbing claims surfaced in the Willamette Week, which reported on a 50-page police report about the allegation that Cuban had penetrated a woman with his finger during a photo op. Cuban denied the accusation and was never prosecuted due to lack of evidence, but the NBA, it seems, is not letting the matter slide.

ESPN passes on word from NBA spokesperson Mike Bass, who reveals that the league is reviewing the allegations from the Week‘s report, and a new witness has also come forward to shine more light on that night in Portland’s Barrel Room nightclub. The Oregonian spoke with a security worker named Christopher White, who was present on that 2011 evening and claims that Cuban was so drunk that night that he “was eventually asked to leave the bar.” White also vividly remembers the photo op in question:

Christopher White said he saw the NBA basketball team owner in the Barrel Room with his entourage and witnessed Cuban putting his arm around a woman for a photo.

“She jumped away like she was not happy with him,” White, 33, said in an interview Wednesday with The Oregonian/OregonLive. “That’s when the energy in the room kind of exploded.”