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

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

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

Lennard tweeted about Ronaldo's abuse but eventually deleted her Twitter account.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been asked for a DNA sample as he cooperates with police in Las Vegas over allegations he raped USA woman Kathryn Mayorga in the city in 2009, according to American media reports. She claims that they have had a relationship for a full decade, and she suffered emotional trauma and even threats against her life.

According to the civil lawsuit, which was filed in state court in September, Mayorga, who was then 25, alleged that Ronaldo raped her in his hotel room in the city, then was coerced into signing a nondisclosure agreement in 2010 in an out-of-court settlement in exchange for $375,000. "I just can't. Reach out to me Kathryn i will help you", she tweeted on Tuesday.

She said, "He legitimately thinks he's going to get away with it".

"Mr Ronaldo has always maintained, as he does today, that what occurred in 2009 in Las Vegas was consensual in nature", Peter S. Christiansen, a lawyer for the striker, said in October. As the time this post was published, she's tweeted out five such recordings on her handle, @Jasminelennard (WARNING: Offensive language). She went on to explain how she believes Ronaldo's private persona is so different from the one he uses in public.

Ronaldo continues to deny all wrongdoing and plans on cooperating with investigators to prove his innocence.

According to The Sun, she wrote: 'I'm not sitting back any longer and watching him lie. "It's wrong. It makes me feel like I'm complicit".

The Juventus star has denied having a relationship with the CBB star, and denied he was the person in voice notes she claimed were from him. "We have been communicating pretty much on a daily basis for the a year ago and half and I have messages and recordings that'll be invaluable to".