Cristiano Ronaldo: Las Vegas police request DNA sample following rape allegations

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Police in Las Vegas have actually released a warrant for a DNA sample from Cristiano Ronaldo as component of their investigation into the rape allegations made versus the Juventus forward.The 33-year-old’s attorney, Peter S. Christiansen, told BBC Sport it was a”really typical demand”. The Wall Road Journal [1] claims the warrant was lately sent out to the court system in Italy. Ronaldo refutes attacking Kathryn Mayorga at a Las vega resort in 2009.”Mr Ronaldo has actually constantly maintained, as he does today, that what occurred in Las Vegas in 2009 was consensual in nature, so it is not unexpected that DNA would be existing, neither that the cops would certainly make this very typical demand as part of their investigation,” said Christiansen’s statement.German weekly news

magazine Der Spiegel, which initially released the story concerning the accusation in October, claimed Ms Mayorga filed a record with Las Vegas authorities quickly after the claimed incident.Der Spiegel stated that in 2010, she supposedly reached an out-of-court negotiation with Ronaldo involving a$375,000(& extra pound; 288,000 )settlement for agreeing never ever to go public with the allegations.Her attorneys are now seeking to state the non-disclosure agreement void.Ronaldo’s legal representative has formerly stated his client does not refute entering an arrangement but that”the reasons that led him to

do so are at the very least to be misshaped”. He added:”This agreement is by no suggests an admission of regret. “Ms Mayorga was influenced to speak up by the #MeToo movement, her legal representative

has actually claimed, and also is suing Ronaldo in a claim in the United States.Ronaldo transferred to

Juventus from Real Madrid for & extra pound; 99.2 m in July. He has won the Ballon d’Or- awarded to the globe’s finest footballer-in 2008, 2013, 2014, 2016 as well as 2017. The Portuguese £worldwide has actually previously disregarded the claims as “fake information” and earlier in October released a statement through his Twitter account in which he” firmly”rejected the accusation.His legal representatives assert papers utilized in Der Spiegel’s investigation have actually been” completely produced “but the publication

says it has”no reason “to doubt the authenticity of vital papers made use of in its story. References ^ Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)

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