26 February 2020

Ronaldo’s DNA matched evidence in Las Vegas rape case

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Leaked emails reveal Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA matched evidence in the Las Vegas rape case.

The captain of the Portuguese national football team Cristiano Ronaldo came under increased scrutiny last September after an American woman publicly alleged that she was raped by him in 2009. The player has repeatedly denied the allegations.

Portuguese footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA matches evidence in a 2009 rape case brought against the Juventus forward by American model Kathryn Mayorga last year, as "leaked emails" cited by The Sun revealed.

Around a hundred pages of emails allegedly obtained by Football Leaks and quoted by The Sun also revealed that Ronaldo told his team of lawyers that Mayorga indeed said “no” and asked him to stop during their sexual intercourse, but he later reversed the claims, arguing in a written communication instead that the alleged victim “did not scream”.

2019.10.21 / 16:14
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