DETROIT (WXYZ) - A judge has dismissed the Criminal Sexual Conduct case against former Detroit Tigers pitcher Evan Reed.
Reed was facing two counts of criminal sexual conduct for an incident back in March.
A 45-year-old woman said she met Reed at a bar in Royal Oak and claimed he drugged her. She said the pitcher eventually took her to the MotorCity Casino, where, she says, he raped her.
During today's hearing, the victim testified about how she met Reed and that she started to feel funny and black out at 5th Avenue after having a "funny tasting" drink with him at the bar.
She then testified that, when she woke up in bed with Reed, she had bruises on her arms and legs and she was dizzy. The alleged victim also gave very graphic testimony.
Reed -- who currently pitches for the Toledo Mudhens -- has maintained the sex was consensual.
Earlier in the hearing, the defense tried to get prosecutors to dismiss the case before court by showing them the victim's divorce filing from 2008 that contains allegations of adultery.
Today, Judge Kenneth King said that he had credibility issues with the complainant's testimony, and dropped the case against Reed.
“At this time a decision has not been made regarding an appeal of the dismissal of the case, it will be announced at a later date,” said Assistant Prosecutor Maria Miller.