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Rape Allegation: Cristiano Ronaldo Likely To Be Questioned By Police, Says Detective

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As the speculation around Juventus striker, Cristiano Ronaldo continues, an American detective has revealed that he is likely to be invited by the police for questioning.

While the Las Vegas police have refused to reveal more details since they re-opened the case,  the detective who has handled 1,200 sexual assault cases said he had no doubt the force would want to question Cristiano  Ronaldo.

Ronaldo is being alleged of rape by a 34-year-old Kathryn Mayorga in an incident which happened in June 2009. However, the footballer is maintaining that their any sex between was consensual.

Ronaldo has repeatedly denied the rape allegations against him, but the court documents, first published by Der Spiegel, show that Ronaldo’s lawyers paid Ms. Mayorga, a teacher, $375,000 (£228,000) to maintain her silence on what happened in a bathroom at the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Police likely to invite Cristiano Ronaldo for questioning over Las Vegas rape claim, says American detective

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