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By: Anoj Yadav
11 Jan 2019

los angeles: Las Vegas police have asked football megastar Cristiano Ronaldo to submit a DNA pattern as part of their research into rape allegations made against him.

 The Juventus forward has vehemently denied the accusations -- with his lawyer, Peter Christiansen, telling AFP the request turned into popular system.

 "Mr Ronaldo has constantly maintained, as he does today, that what passed off in Las Vegas in 2009 was consensual in nature, so it isn't always surprising that DNA would be present, nor that the police would make this very wellknown request as a part of their investigation," he stated in a statement.

 The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police branch said it had made an legitimate request to Italian government, adding it's far "taking the same steps in this situation as in some other sexual assault to facilitate the collection of DNA proof."

    Former version Kathryn Mayorga, 34, of Las Vegas, accused Ronaldo in a grievance filed ultimate year inside the kingdom of Nevada.
 She claims after assembly him at a Las Vegas nightclub, he raped her at his motel suite on June 13, 2009 -- simply earlier than he joined actual Madrid from Manchester United.

 Mayorga alleges she was paid $375,000 to maintain quiet.

 Ronaldo's attorneys have said that the non-disclosure settlement signed with the previous version is "by no means a confession of guilt."

 Mayorga's lawyer has previously stated that the model agreed to an out-of-courtroom agreement to keep her name from going public, but was inspired to talk out by means of the #MeToo movement towards sexual harassment.

Anoj Yadav

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