Phillies manager Gabe Kapler responded to a Washington Post report that claims he did not properly handle the reporting of an alleged assault of a year-old girl in February when he was director of player development for the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Friday, the Post reported that when Kapler was with the Dodgers he received an email from the accuser stating that she was kicked and punched by two women while partying with two Dodgers minor league players in one of their spring training hotel rooms in Glendale, Ariz. Instead, Kapler allegedly consulted other Dodgers personnel and tried to arrange a dinner with himself, the girl, and the two players, which never took place. Charges were reportedly not filed after the alleged victim declined to press charges. In a written statement on his personal website , Kapler said that he did not know about the sexual assault allegation until this week, when he was contacted by the publication. I thought that the best thing I could do to explain my actions in this situation would be to walk everyone through my involvement in these events from start to finish.
Phillies' Gabe Kapler Disputes Report He Mishandled Sexual Assault Allegations
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