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

Esequiel Farfan
Enero 10, 2019

The tweets have since been removed and it appears Lennard has deleted her account.

A warrant has been issued in Las Vegas to obtain a DNA sample from soccer megastar Cristiano Ronaldo to determine whether it matches genetic material found on a dress of a woman who accused him of raping her in 2009. She claims that they have had a relationship for a full decade, and she suffered emotional trauma and even threats against her life.

Lennard, who was the first celebrity to be evicted in the 2012 series of Celebrity Big Brother, tweeted after watching Surviving R Kelly: 'On that note and after much thought I am reaching out to Kathryn Mayorga and her legal team to offer my assistance in her rape allegation against @Cristiano please contact me.

Kathryn Mayorga filed a lawsuit last November alleging Ronaldo raped her despite her screaming no repeatedly. "I have information that I believe will be beneficial to your case and I would like to help you".

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

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According to TMZ Sports, Ronaldo plans to submit his DNA and cooperate with the police, as he and his lawyers claim that the encounter was consensual.

Ms Mayorga reported the alleged sexual assault to police on the day it occurred. Now, however, she wants to void her non-disclosure agreement and bring Ronaldo to justice.

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

Ronaldo, who joined Juventus in July after nine years with Real Madrid, has maintained his innocence in all public comments and statements since the accusation was published, initially dismissing the story as "fake news" in a casual Instagram Live video before issuing more formal statements through his representation.

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