Evander Kane’s assault accuser asks Missouri Bankruptcy court to allow her case to continue – The Athletic


Rachel Kuechle, who accuses San Jose Sharks left winger Evander Kane of assault, has asked a federal bankruptcy court to partially lift the stay on his five-year trial, raising fears of yet another messy court case against Kane.

Kane filed for Chapter 7 missouri bankruptcy in January, which himself has spawned at least four derivative lawsuits in that process, including a creditor who says he is owed millions of dollars because he agreed. to pay her for having aborted their pregnancy. He is also in divorce proceedings with his future ex-wife Anna, which has generated allegations of abuse from both sides.

Kuechle’s request is to allow his case to resume in New York State court, where it has been automatically suspended since Kane filed for bankruptcy. She charged Kane with physical assault in a 2016 lawsuit, although her “stay relief” petition in bankruptcy court describes it as sexual assault, the first time that description is used in the case missouri bankruptcy

“Evander Frank Kane, the debtor here, sexually assaulted Rachel Kuechle in the city of Buffalo, New York, after midnight in the morning of December 27, 2015,” the motion reads. Asked about the addition of the term sex, her lawyer, Reno FR


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