2:37 PM PT -- Trevor Bauer, through his two agents, said Wednesday afternoon that his latest accuser's accusations against him have no basis in reality whatsoever.
In fact, according to Bauer and his representatives, the woman's claims are nothing more than "unhinged allegations."
"Her claims are untethered to reality and change as often as she changes lawyers," said Bauer's co-agents, Jon Fetterolf and Rachel Luba.
Another woman has reportedly come forward and accused Trevor Bauerof sexual assault ... but the MLB star is denying the claims, alleging she's fabricated her story in an attempt to extort him.
USA Today reports the allegations against Bauer were all made as part of a woman's civil lawsuit against the former Dodgers pitcher that was filed in Arizona last year.
According to the outlet ... the woman claimed in court documents that Bauer held her at knifepoint during one incident in Dec. 2020 -- before he raped her during another encounter two days later.
In the initial incident, the woman -- according to USA Today -- said while she was on Bauer's lap having dinner with him, he "placed his jagged steak knife to my throat."
"I was stunned and did not dare to move," the woman said in court docs, according to the report. "The Defendant asked me, 'Have you ever been held at knife point?' to which I hesitantly respond, 'No.' The Defendant took a deep breath in and exhaled. The Defendant's steak knife scratched my throat as he released me and I got up from his lap."
Later that week, USA Today reports the woman says Bauer choked her unconscious with her hair during sex.
"When I was conscious yet delirious," she reportedly said in a court filing, "I recall being on my back while hearing the Defendant yell unusual sounds/moaning."
The woman allegedly got pregnant during the incident.
USA Today reports the two had one more disturbing encounter in March 2021 ... when the woman alleges Bauer got violent with her.
"Knowing I am pregnant," the woman reportedly said in court docs, "the defendant body slams me on my back on top of my computer breaking the screen before telling me he will no longer be in a relationship with me if I have this baby."
Bauer, however, is adamant he committed no wrongdoing. According to USA Today, he's filed a countersuit against the woman, accusing her of extortion, fraud and faking her pregnancy.
Bauer reportedly said in court filings of his own that he did have one consensual sexual encounter with her in Dec. 2020, but said the condom broke. He alleges the woman then later told him she was pregnant and wanted nearly $2 million from him for an abortion.
According to USA Today, Bauer paid her $8,761 for help with the termination of the pregnancy ... but said she provided no documentation of the abortion, leading the baseball player to believe the woman "fabricated her pregnancy to try to extort him for money."
The outlet reports the woman said in an amended complaint this week she did opt to not have an abortion -- but instead suffered a miscarriage in April 2021.
The woman is reportedly asking for $3.7 million in her suit.
Bauer has previously been publicly accused of sexually assaulting women three other times -- including once by a San Diego woman ... who alleged Bauer choked her unconsciousand then had non-consensual anal sex with her during two encounters in 2021.
Bauer was never arrested nor charged over the claims ... but MLB did hit him with a record 324-game suspension for it all that was later reduced to a 194-game ban. The Dodgers eventually cut ties with him following his reinstatement ... leading the pitcher to sign a one-year deal to play for the Yokohama DeNA Baystars in Japan this season.