MLB: Yasiel Puig accused of abusing two other women while playing for Dodgers

Yasiel puig has been involved again in the controversy, since this Monday, December 13, reports emerged that would have abused two other women. According to the information available, the Cuban would have carried out these actions before the 2017 Season of MLB, year in which he was still playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Washington Post released the accusations that Yasiel Puig filed against him for allegedly abusing two women in 2017, cases separate from the Staples Center situation.

According to information retrieved by USA TODAY Sports, the Cuban was singled out in January 2017 for these alleged actions but they were concealed for several years until another woman spoke about it.

The Washington Post mentions in its article that the former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder would have reached an agreement with a financial amount of $ 325,000 dollars to compensate for the situation.

The alleged abuse of these two women by Yasiel Puig is apart from the accusations against him by the girl who pointed out that he had been violated by him during a Los Angeles Lakers game in 2018.

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MLB: Yasiel Puig accused of abusing two other women while playing for Dodgers