The woman who said Trevor Bauer sexually assaulted her has filed a countersuit against the suspended MLB pitcher after he sued her for defamation in April, according to Molly Hensley-Clancy and Gus Garcia-Roberts of the Washington Post.

She said Bauer, 31, choked her to the point of unconsciousness with her own hair and penetrated her anally without consent while she was passed out. In a separate encounter, she said she woke up after being choked to find Bauer punching her between her legs, causing "excruciating pain."

While her countersuit said she consented to the choking, she denied consenting to anal sex or being punched.

The Los Angeles County district attorney's office declined to bring charges against Bauer, citing a lack of sufficient evidence.