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Ronaldo seizes large sum of money for woman who claims sexual assault

2019-08-20T04:37:57.778Z

Football player Cristiano Ronaldo was caught paying a large sum of money to a woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted. On January 19, local officials, including New York Daily News, US, admitted that they paid $ 375,000 to Katherine Mallorga, who claimed that Ronaldo was sexually assaulted. The document has been released.



Football player Cristiano Ronaldo was caught paying a large sum of money to a woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted.

On January 19, local officials, including New York Daily News, US, admitted that they paid $ 375,000 to Katherine Mallorga, who claimed that Ronaldo was sexually assaulted. The document has been released. Reportedly, Mallorga has received a settlement from Ronaldo in 2010, promising not to mention sexual assaults.

Mallorga claims he met Ronaldo at a hotel nightclub in Las Vegas in June 2009 and went to a party at Ronaldo's penthouse suite for sexual assault.

Shortly after the incident, Mallorga did not give Ronaldo the name of the police but described him as a "famous football star," but last year he publicly claimed that Ronaldo had sexually assaulted him. However, police dismissed Ronaldo for lack of evidence.

Mallorga later reportedly filed a civil lawsuit with Ronaldo. Ronaldo submitted a legal document to Judge to reject the case, referring to the confidentiality agreement with Mallorga, which included a payment of 450 million won in settlement.

Ronaldo is alleging that the agreement was "not a guilty plea, but simply paid for not disclosing a legal dispute to the media."

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