The 10-month-old daughter of Mike Clevinger has accused the White Sox pitcher of domestic abuse and child abuse.
The mother of his daughter, Olivia Finestead, accused Mike Clevinger, 32, of abusing their kid, including strangling the pregnant Finestead and throwing used chewing tobacco on their infant, according to reports.
"You deserve hell," she wrote, "I've kept quiet for almost a year and you continue to covertly abuse your infant, withhold ALL of her belongings, we have none of ours, not even her birth certificate or her car seat attachment." He's made sure to do everything he can to keep things under control.
Finestead, 24, claimed that Clevinger smacked her in a hotel room during the June Padres-Dodgers series. She added that she is a "huge drug addict," who often consumes mushrooms and acid.
Finestead's allegations are being investigated by the MLB, according to the Athletic.
Clevinger's agent, Seth Levinson, wrote in a text message to the outlet that "we need to take time before reacting."
The White Sox said they weren't aware of the charges against Clevinger when they signed him to a 12-million-dollar deal in early December. Finestead claimed that "you can't criticize an organization for something they don't know."
"I hope the MLB does what they should and puts him in necessary therapy, maybe even a minor suspension, so he can take the time to think about why he abuses his children and their mothers," she added.