The woman in the case claimed Cuban reached inside her trousers and penetrated her vagina with his finger while they were posing for a picture in a Portland nightclub. Cuban fully denies the accusation, which surfaced in the Willamette Week after the publication obtained a 50-page police report about an alleged incident for which prosecutors never filed charges.
"It didn't happen", he wrote Tuesday night in an email to The Dallas-Morning-News.
The unnamed accuser has alleged that the abuse went down in Portland in 2011, while the pair were posing for a photoshoot after a Dallas Mavericks away game.
When police contacted Cuban to discuss the women's allegations seven years ago, Cuban's reaction was considerably less measured. "I stand behind that report 1,000%".
The allegation dates back to 2011, when Cuban was in Portland while the Mavs played the Trail Blazers in the first round of the playoffs.
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Through his lawyer, Stephen Houze, Cuban reiterated his denial.
"According to the detailed prosecution decline memo, investigators interviewed the complainant's boyfriend and female friend, as well as employees and patrons of the bar, and other persons with Mr". "In one of the pictures, his arm can be seen behind [the alleged victim] and it appears Cuban is reaching down toward her buttocks". They were described by an officer as showing Cuban, whose hands were not visible, appearing to "be stretching to reach his arm down" while standing beside the woman.
Later, Cuban lamented the he-said/she-said nature of the allegations.
"He then moved his hand down until it was on her buttocks", Portland Police Detective Brendan McGuire wrote in his summary of the woman's statement.
The report included claims of inappropriate sexual conduct by former CEO Terdema Ussery and raised questions about what Cuban knew and when.