Pitino told police he had been drinking when Sypher approached him and asked the coach to call her sons with words of encouragement. The coach obliged, he said.
Later that night, after the restaurant cleared out, the owner gave Pitino his building keys and left the pair alone. They had sex at a table near the bar, according to statements to Louisville police by both Pitino and Sypher.
About two weeks later, Pitino told police that she called, told him she was pregnant and that he had to be the father. Pitino told her when they met again that he had five children and she had four, and that he didn't know what he wanted to do, according to the report by Sgt. Andy Abbott, commander of the sex-offense unit.
Pitino said Sypher told him she was going to have an abortion but didn't have health insurance, so he gave her $3,000 to have the procedure done in Cincinnati, according to the report.
Pitino, a prominent Roman Catholic, contended when the case came to light last year that he wanted Sypher to use the money for insurance, not an abortion.
Over the next six years, she married Pitino's longtime assistant, Tim Sypher, and the two have a daughter. The Syphers separated after the Pitino affair came to light and divorce proceedings are pending.
According to the criminal complaint written by FBI Special Agent Steven Wight, Pitino received two voicemails from an unidentified man on Feb. 26, 2009 and a third call on Feb. 28, 2009.