As part of cross-examination on Tuesday, Trevor Bauer's lawyer Shawn Holley asked a woman why she didn't mention “dozens of key facts” in her petition for a five-year restraining order against the baseball star.

The 27-year-old woman, who testified that the athlete punched her repeatedly and choked her until she lost consciousness during their two sexual encounters, replied saying that she didn't know.

The Los Angeles Dodgers star's lawyer questioned the San Diego woman on why she omitted a text message to Bauer before their sexual encounters saying that she would have her “feelings turned off” and joking that she would have a nondisclosure agreement “signed and sealed” when she met him, Associated Press reported. The woman said that she didn't have access to those messages any more.

The lawyer asked why the woman returned to bed and slept next to Bauer after apparently going through the traumatic experience. She said that she didn’t want to think about what had happened, and wanted to go back to the way it was before they had sex.

Bauer's testimony is expected to be included in the upcoming hearing.

Holley said that the woman gave the athlete indications that she gave consent to the treatment she got during the time they spent together at his residence in Pasadena.

The woman testified that she sent Bauer a photo of herself after returning home. She said that she couldn't believe what her face looked like, and she wanted him to know what he’d done to her. On seeing the photo, Bauer sent her a message asking if she was okay.

She said that initially, she was determined to tell no one else about her physical injuries that included bruises around her eyes, on her gums and behind her ears. She testified that she knew how that was going to go, and that situation paints her as the s**t, so she didn’t want the story to go anywhere.

But then her best friend, who was “mortified’ after seeing her, made her take help from medical experts. After that, she went to a hospital emergency room, which reportedly led to visits from her parents, a social worker and cops, who are still investigating the matter three months later.

The medical professional, who examined her, testified on Tuesday. According to her, the bruising "was frankly alarming,” but did not think it needed further treatment.

The woman testified that Bauer expressed his concern by sending her messages and saying that he felt bad that it happened. The woman said that initially, she appreciated his acknowledgement, but later she worried that he knew she had talked to cops about the incident.

In addition to the Pasadena Police Department's criminal investigation, Major League Baseball is investigating separately due to which Bauer has been placed on administrative leave since July 2, according to ESPN.

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Trevor Bauer #27 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on during the sixth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on June 28, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images