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Las Vegas Police Issue Warrant for Cristiano Ronaldo's DNA in Rape Case

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Adrian Cunningham | 10 January, 2019, 23:31

Cristiano Ronaldo has been asked for a DNA sample as he cooperates with police in Las Vegas over allegations he raped U.S. woman Kathryn Mayorga in the city in 2009, according to American media reports.

The reports state that the warrant has been sent to the court system in Italy, where the five-time Ballon d'Or victor plays for league leaders Juventus.

A key piece of evidence in the investigation is a dress from the night in question nine years ago.

Las Vegas Police initially investigated in 2009, but had no named suspect at the time, as the victim did not provide the location or name. Mayorga is in the middle of a lawsuit against Ronaldo, according to TMZ, claiming that he suied her in a hotel room in Las Vegas, Nevad back in 2009. But the Las Vegas Police Department did re-open this case in September of 2018 when allegations again emerged.

Investigations are still going on the allegations that Ronaldo allegedly assaulted Kathryn Mayorga in America even though the Portuguese has denied what he was accused of. Once there, say the court papers, he urged her into his hot tub, but she refused because she did not want to spoil her dress.

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"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".

The 33-year-old has now made it clear that she is ready to support Kathryn Mayorga and his lawyers claiming that she will reveal what will shock many people about Ronaldo.

Mayorga reported the alleged assault to the police the day after it occurred, but then negotiated a an out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo not to go public with her claims.

Her lawyers are now seeking to declare the non-disclosure agreement void.