Ground Report | New Delhi: Ronaldo pay £300,000; Cristiano Ronaldo’s lawyers have said for the first time that the footballer paid €375,000 to a woman accused of rape to settle charges leveled in 2009. Katherine Mayorga filed a lawsuit last year in a state court that quashed the settlement on the condition that Ronaldo and his legal team took advantage of her fragile emotional state, accusing her of sexual assault It was when they met at night. Las Vegas.
The Juventus footballer denied the allegations and no criminal charges were filed after Las Vegas prosecutors decided they “could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt”. Ronaldo’s lawyers have claimed the pair had consensual sex in June 2009, and have accused Ms. Mayorga of attempted extortion from the Portuguese footballer. Mayorga’s legal team sued for the same invalidity in federal court, seeking monetary damages of at least £165,000.
Ronaldo pay £300,000
In a motion filed by Ronaldo’s lawyers on Friday, they accept a payment of €375,000 that was made to Ms Mayorga “to maintain the confidentiality of their dispute”. Ronaldo is arguing that the Nevada borders statuette and the signed confidentiality agreement should quash his claims, and that he has failed to present sufficient evidence on the claim that she had no doubts about his emotional state in the weeks following the alleged. I lack the mental capacity to agree to terms. accident.
Earlier this month, Ronaldo lost a bid for dismissal or complete secrecy. Lawyer Larissa Drohobeiser, representing Ms Mayorga, said she was satisfied with US District Judge Jennifer Dorsey’s ruling in Las Vegas on August 2. Peter Christiansen, who represented Juventus and the Portugal player, declined to comment.
United confirmed on Friday evening that they have reached a deal with Juventus to re-sign the 36-year-old sensation, provided he agrees to medical and personal terms. The deal marks a major step towards being completed at a faster rate of knots, with Portugal international seemingly destined to sign for Manchester City just hours earlier.
But after discussions with former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, Ronaldo has now settled on a return to Old Trafford – 12 years after leaving the club to join Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The Story was first published in 2019