A woman has come forward claiming to be the mother of Mike Clevinger’s 10-month-old daughter, accusing the newly acquired White Sox pitcher of abusing her.
The woman, Olivia Finestead claims the MLB pitcher has abused her, even strangling her on one occasion, and coming with pictures that show visible wounds.
On Tuesday, Finestead unleashed on her personal Instagram calling Clevinger a “narcissist” who has emotionally and physically abused both the mothers of his three children. As if that wasn’t enough, she then goes on to accuse Clevinger of throwing “chew spit on an infant.”
According to our sources, and Olivia’s Instagram, the 3.39 ERA pitcher, has been in contact with the MLB over the allegations and a full investigation has been launched.
After her early morning rant, rightfully so, Olivia shared more with her followers, revealing that the White Sox organization was clueless to the fact of Mike’s inner personal problems, blaming them for the reason the Padres cut him in the offseason.
His agent, Seth Levinson, told The Athletic on Tuesday, “We need to fairly and thoroughly protect our client and at the same time be respectful of the White Sox and MLB. We need time before responding.”