Kathryn Mayorga has filed a civil case against Cristiano Ronaldo the five-time World football player of the Year after claiming to have been sexually raped by him in Las Vegas in 2009.
Her legal counsel has called a media conference on Wed evening during that they intend to make public their claims against the Juventus forward and his legal team.
Cristiano Ronaldo revealed a video on Instagram over the weekend describing the claims, originally published in German newspaper Der spiegel, as “fake news”. His attorney Christian Schertz insists the allegation is manifestly illegal” and is “one of the most serious violations in personal rights in years.
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 33, has laid-off the claim, 1st reported in Germany’s Der spiegel, as pretend news. His representatives said he would take proceeding against the magazine. Der spiegel same Ms Kathryn Mayorga, 34, filed a report with Las Vegas police shortly after the sexual assault.
In 2010, she reportedly reached an settlement with Ronaldo involving a $375,000 (£288,000) payment for agreeing never to go public with the allegations. Her lawyers are currently seeking to declare the non-disclosure agreement void.
Las Vegas police confirmed they’d investigated a complaint in June 2009, but another they’d no suspect in the case. At the time the report was taken, the victim did not give detectives with the placement of the incident or suspect description,” a statement said.
— DW News (@dwnews) October 2, 2018
As of Sept 2018, the case has been reopened and our detectives are following up on info being provided, it added.
At the time the report was taken, the victim did not provide detectives with the location of the incident or suspect description. A medical exam was conducted, police confirmed in a very statement released last night.
As of Sept 2018, the case has been reopened and our detectives are following up on info being provided by the victim. this can be an on-going investigation and no more details will be released at this point.
Ms Kathryn Mayorga claims to have originally signed a non-disclosure agreement with Ronaldo’s lawyers value $375,000 (£289,000) but is currently seeking damages against Ronaldo and his legal team.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s representatives forcefully denied Der Spiegel’s account and vulnerable action at law against the publication. They referred to as the account a print media fiction that contained unascribable and unsubstantiated allegations that were lying and false,” according to the proceedings. Their denials form the defamation claims in Kathryn Mayorga’s lawsuit.
Kathryn Mayorga did not participate in the article and wasn’t named in it. in a later interview published by Der spiegel on weekday, in which she was known for the first time, she said that she had followed the net reaction to the initial story closely.
She had taken notice of comments concerning the athlete’s desirability, she told the magazine, including statements to the result of, As if Cristiano Ronaldo even has to rape a lady.
Those statements mirrored thoughts she once had concerning Cristiano Ronaldo, she told the magazine. but she wasn’t aiming to be silent any more.