Cuban put his hand down the back of her trousers and inserted his finger into her vagina while the two posed for a photo.
Cuban, who admitted to drinking that night, denied the allegations when interviewed by Portland police.
The woman also provided Portland Police with seven photos, two of which McGuire reportedly deemed "significant". The alleged victim told Willamette Week that she has moved on from the incident, but stands by her story.
She added: 'I filed the report because what he did was wrong'. "I stand behind that report 1,000 percent". His attorney, Stephen Houze, told WW that the accusations are "false" and that the case was thoroughly investigated.
The police report details photos of Cuban and the accuser, and the detective described the photo quality as "not good enough to" see Cuban's hands. Cuban and no one observed any inappropriate behavior by Mr. The detective also noted that the woman's "teeth are clenched, eyes wider than the other pictures and brow raised showing a look of surprise and strain".
Sneed has since been fired and Cuban told Sports Illustrated that human resources director Buddy Pittman has also been given his marching orders after further details of the report emerged.
"She will not participate in a criminal prosecution and agrees her claim can not be proven", the memo reads.
According to the memo, Cuban was asked three questions in the polygraph exam: "While in the bar did you commit any sexual act?" They provided written opinions claiming that it would have been impossible for Cuban to penetrate the woman's vagina with his finger given the circumstances of the alleged incident.
"The case detective and the complainant both agree with the conclusion there is no corroborative evidence to support the complainant's allegation", wrote senior deputy DA Don Rees on July 27, 2011, via Williamette Weekly.