- An image allegedly taken from the documents signed by Ronaldo and Kathryn Mayorga has been revealed
- Ronaldo was said to have offered the American lady £287,000 for her not to go public about her claims
- The Portugal international was accused to have assaulted Mayorga at the Palms Resort in June 2009
Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused to have ordered American lady Kathryn Mayorga to sign secret document for her to remain silent over her claims.
The document which was said to have been signed in 2010 has been revealed according to the report on Der Spiegel.
Inside the document, Cristiano Ronaldo was said to have offered Kathryn Mayorga £287,000 for her not to speak about anything that happened between the two of them in Las Vegas.
Kathryn Mayorga accused Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo to have assaulted her in an hotel in 2009 while he celebrated his then world record move to Real Madrid.
And according to the documents published on Der Spiegel, the football star’s accuser Ms Mayorga was to be paid the money within seven days.
The report added that Kathryn Mayorga claimed she only signed the document because she was terrified of “retaliation” and “public humiliation” and her lawyers are now suing Ronaldo.
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has denied the allegations of assaulting Kathryn Mayorga in an hotel in Las Vegas claiming that the people that accused him only want to use his name to promote themselves.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo was said to have told Juventus' chiefs to give him three more bodyguards for himself and his family in Italy.
One of these three men will be monitoring his house in the Gran Madre Park, while the other two guards will be looking after him and his family.
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