Las Vegas police have requested a court order to get a DNA sample of the Portuguese soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo, with the aim of contrasting it with the biological remains that have been found in the dress of a woman who accuses him of rape ten years ago.
The player of the Juventus of Turin, ex Real Madrid For almost a decade, it will be required by the justice of Italy, the country where he currently resides, with the aim of collecting said sample and being able to compare them, according to the 'Wall Street Journal'.
The woman who accuses Cristiano of rape is Kathryn Mayorga, who says she met Madeira at a hotel in Las Vegas in 2009 and that both she and a friend accepted the invitation to go up with him and the group he was with to his suite.
There, according to his statement in the complaint, Cristiano Ronaldo invited him to enter the jacuzzi, but when he was changing in the bathroom, the Portuguese approached him, undressed and asked him to do oral sex, which she denied Then, he would have taken her by force to a room to sexually assault her despite her refusal.
The investigation criminal At the request of Mayorga, it was reopened last October. Almost three months later, the Portuguese international DNA request arrives. "I firmly deny the accusations that have been made against me. rape is an abominable crime that goes against everything I am and what I believe, "Cristiano Ronaldo replied in October.
The Madeira made it clear that he will not enter into this matter. "Although I can clarify my name, I refuse to feed the media show created by people looking to promote themselves at my expense," Ronaldo added in his social networks.
"My clear conscience will allow me to wait with confidence the results of any investigation and of all of them", sentenced Ronaldo, who I would have paid 325,000 euros to buy Mayorga's silence, explained his lawyer.