The Willamette Week, an alternative weekly newspaper in Portland, Oregon, recently published a report that stated in 2011, Portland police investigated Cuban for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in a nightclub.
Cuban, who admitted to drinking that night, denied the allegations when interviewed by Portland police. After an investigation that included Cuban passing a lie detector test, the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office declined to press charges.
"I filed the report because what he did was wrong", she told the paper. "I stand behind that report 1,000%".
Through his lawyer, Stephen Houze, Cuban reiterated his denial.
"This incident never happened and her accusations are false".
Last month, Sports Illustrated published a report detailing several instances of alleged sexual harassment and domestic violence by Dallas Mavericks employees, including former president and CEO Terdema Ussery.
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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".
She also submitted seven pictures as evidence, two of which were described as "significant" by McGuire. "Cuban and no one observed any inappropriate behavior by Mr. Cuban".
One appeared to show Cuban reaching toward the woman's buttocks.
"She will not participate in a criminal prosecution and agrees her claim can not be proven", the memo reads. "Oh my Lord", Cuban said. For what it's worth, the alleged victim claimed Cuban seemed heavily intoxicated at the time of the incident. "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. They provided written opinions claiming that it would have been impossible for Cuban to penetrate the woman's vagina with his finger given the circumstances of the alleged incident.
Cuban also forwarded along the memo written by the prosecutors announcing their decision not to move forward with the case "because the complainant does not want to proceed and I have concluded no crime can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt".