Monday, 1 October 2018

Police reopen probe into claim that Cristiano Ronaldo raped model in Las Vegas hotel room in 2009

Police reopen probe into claim that Cristiano Ronaldo raped model in Las Vegas hotel room in 2009

On Monday, experts in Las Vegas have revived an examination concerning the case that Cristiano Ronaldo assaulted a model in a lodging room nine years prior.

34-year-old educator Kathryn Mayorga, who was a hopeful model at the season of the supposed ambush, claims Ronaldo assaulted her in a restroom at the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in the early long periods of June 13, 2009.

This comes after Lawyers for the Portuguese star said on Friday that they would sue German magazine, Der Spiegel, after it distributed 'unmitigatedly unlawful' allegations by an American lady who affirms she was assaulted by the Juventus star nine years back.

Ronaldo's attorney Christian Schertz said in an explanation that the report was 'an unacceptable revealing of doubts in the region of security', and that he would look for a legitimate review for his customer from the magazine

In the announcement issued the Juventus striker denied Mayorga's assault guarantee saying they would sue for "pay for good harms".

His specialist, Professor Dr. Christian Schertz stated: "The detailing in SPIEGEL is conspicuously unlawful. It disregards the individual privileges of our customer Cristiano Ronaldo in an extraordinarily genuine way.

“This is an inadmissible reporting of suspicions in the area of privacy. It would therefore already be unlawful to reproduce this reporting.

“We have been instructed to immediately assert all existing claims under press law against SPIEGEL, in particular, compensation for moral damages in an amount corresponding to the gravity of the infringement, which is probably one of the most serious violations of personal rights in recent years.”

The ex-Manchester United, 33, also spoke out in a video on Instagram just hours after her lawyer filed court documents about the case. Grinning into the camera, he said: 'No, no, no, no, no. What they said today? Fake, fake news.'

'They want to promote [themselves by using] my name. It's normal. They want to be famous to say my name, but it is part of the job. I am a happy man and all good.'

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