Report: Mark Cuban investigated for alleged sexual assault in 2011, charges never filed

Police in Portland, Oregon, investigated an allegation of sexual assault against Mark Cuban in April of 2011, according to a report published Tuesday by the Portland alternative weekly Willamette Week. A woman claimed that, while taking a picture at a nightclub, the Dallas Mavericks owner “thrust his hand down the back of her jeans and penetrated her vagina with his finger.”

After an investigation into the claim, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office “determined there was insufficient evidence to press criminal charges,” according to reporter Nigel Jacquiss, who obtained the police report through a public records request. Cuban was never charged, the case was never previously reported, and Cuban’s lawyer told Willamette Week that “her accusations are false.”

“It didn’t happen,” Cuban told the Dallas Morning News via email on Tuesday night. 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.”

The woman who went to police back in 2011, however — whom Willamette Week did not name because she’s the alleged victim

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