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Las Vegas Police Issue Warrant For Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA Following Rape Allegations

Las Vegas Police Issue Warrant For Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA Following Rape Allegations

According to the US-based newspaper, the warrant has been sent to the judicial authorities in Italy, where Ronaldo is now resident in Turin, after his move last summer from Real Madrid. Although the complaint was initially closed because Mayorga failed to offer up pertinent details of the incident or suspect, it was ultimately reopened in September 2018 when she filed a civil suit against Ronaldo. Once the warrant is served in Italy, authorities there are expected to obtain a sample of Ronado's DNA before shipping it to police in Las Vegas.

Cristiano Ronaldo will have to turn over a sample of his DNA following a warrant from Las Vegas police as they continue to investigate a rape accusation from 2009. The goal is to test it to see if it matches DNA found on the dress worn by Kathryn Mayorga on the night she claims Ronaldo raped her. 5/7 minutes. She said that she didn't want to, but she made herself available. But she kept saying no.

"Upon leaving the bathroom, Ronaldo pulled the plaintiff into a bedroom and on to a bed and attempted to engage in sexual intercourse", the documents add. "Plaintiff refused. and covered herself in an attempt to prevent sexual penetration".




Lennard, 33, called the footballer "a psychopath" in now-deleted tweets, in which she pledged to assist the woman who has accused Ronaldo of rape. Lennard has since been in contact with Mayorga's team and will be looking to share her evidence with them.

Beginning with a tweet Tuesday morning, in which she said she felt compelled to share her stories thanks to the "Surviving R. Kelly" documentary series that aired last week, Lennard unleashed a tweetstorm accusing Ronaldo of years of verbal and psychological bullying and abuse. She says she was left traumatised, and suffering from post-traumatic stress, "major depression" and suicidal thoughts.