The German weekly magazine that first revealed the rape allegation in opposition to Cristiano Ronaldo says it has “hundreds of documents” that substantiate its record and there’s no reason why to consider they aren’t original.
Ronaldo’s legal professionals issued a commentary on Wednesday calling the paperwork cited within the record “complete fabrications.”
Der Spiegel magazine says “we have no reason to believe that those documents are not authentic,” including “we have meticulously fact-checked our information and had it legally reviewed.”
Kathryn Mayorga filed a lawsuit past due remaining month in Nevada announcing she used to be raped by Ronaldo in Las Vegas in 2009. Police have additionally re-opened an investigation.
The 33-year-old Ronaldo, who performs for Italian membership Juventus, has denied any wrongdoing. But some sponsors, together with Nike and online game maker EA Sports, have expressed worry in regards to the rape allegation.