Cristiano Ronaldo denies rape accusations on social media

Cristiano Ronaldo denies rape accusations on social media

Cristiano Ronaldo denies rape accusations on social media

The Associated Press doesn't typically identify alleged victims of sexual assault, but Drohobyczer said Mayorga gave permission.

Her family, who lives in Las Vegas, attended mediation to provide her with emotional support and advice, but they were excluded from discussions by Ronaldo's team and the mediator, according to the lawsuit.

However, Mayorga - who, in 2009, had filed a case with police without revealing Ronaldo's name in order to protect her family - has now given a detailed version of what happened to Der Spiegel, and following the German publication's report, police in Las Vegas have reopened the case against Ronaldo.

An attorney for Ronaldo, Christian Schertz in Berlin, did not immediately respond to emails from AP.

The complaint was first reported by the German magazine Der Spiegel.

Since the article was published, apart from a brief comment on an Instagram Live video in which he described the allegations as "fake news", Ronaldo has remained fairly silent on the issue, allowing his solicitors to deny the reports on his behalf.

"Fake. Fake news", the five-time world player of the year said.

"They wanna promote by my name, it's normal". Yeah, but it is part of the job. "I am a happy man and all good", Ronaldo said.

Kathryn Mayorga sued Ronaldo in a district court in Clark County, Nevada on Thursday.

Mayorga met Ronaldo at the Palms Hotel and Casino on June 13, 2009, the complaint says.

Kathryn Mayorga claims the former Real Madrid star attacked attacked her at a Sin City hotel after meeting her at a nightclub. according to the Sun.

The report further said, according to Stovall, that she had pledged never to speak of the accusation again and Ronaldo allegedly paid her Dollars 375,000. After contacting police the next day, she went to a hospital and underwent a medical examination.

Chants of "Ronaldo, Ronaldo" broke out around the Santiago Bernabeu, with fans acknowledging the lack of a goal threat since the Portuguese superstar left for Serie A in the summer.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages of at least $200,000 US. She was reportedly warned by a detective AND a nurse that she would "be the subject of public humiliation" if she came forward with her accusations against Cristiano at the time.

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