Vegas police want Ronaldo's DNA for alleged rape in 2009

Vegas police want Ronaldo's DNA for alleged rape in 2009

Vegas police want Ronaldo's DNA for alleged rape in 2009

Cristiano Ronaldo is denying claims made by Jasmine Lennard, a woman who, in a series of tweets, spoke out about interactions that allegedly occurred with the soccer star.

Las Vegas police reopened the case previous year after Mayorga claimed she had been raped by the footballer in a hotel suite after a night spent partying in 2009. He is expected to ship the sample back to Las Vegas.

A statement issued Thursday by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department confirmed that the warrant has been sent to authorities in Italy, where the five-time Ballon d'Or victor plays for league leaders Juventus.

Ronaldo's attorney, Peter S. Christiansen, reiterated the player's innocence in a statement obtained by BBC Sport correspondent Dan Roan on Thursday. Authorities are now asking for Ronaldo's DNA to see if it matches that found on Mayorga's dress from the 2009 night in question.

But Ronaldo, according to court papers filed by Mayorga, apologized to her after the alleged attack, telling her, "Sorry, I'm usually a gentleman".

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He is then alleged to have offered her clothes to change into and pointed her towards the bathroom. She "refused and stated she wanted to leave the hotel suite", say the court documents.

Nike, which has had a contract with Ronaldo since 2003, said at the time it was "deeply concerned by the disturbing allegations" and would "continue to closely monitor the situation".

The 33-year-old's lawyer confirmed that Ronaldo and Mayorga reached a $375,000 settlement in 2010 as part of a non-disclosure agreement.

Previously, had reported how Portugal global Cristiano Ronaldo was accused to have ordered American lady Kathryn Mayorga to sign secret document for her to remain silent over her claims. She claims that they have had a relationship for a full decade, and she suffered emotional trauma and even threats against her life.

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