Sad news for Cristiano Ronaldo after leading Juventus to title

Juventus just won the Italian Serie A, but instead of celebrating, Cristiano Ronaldo received a piece of bad news after he was to be served a summons by the court after he was tracked down by lawyers.

Cristiano Ronaldo was accused of rape sometime last year by Kathryn Mayorga, but nothing was done against the Juventus star as there was no evidence yet, not the lawyers of the American model have now tracked down the Portugal captain’s address in Italy and he is to be served summons to face rape allegations.

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The Juventus star forward decidedly denies claims he assaulted Mayorga at a Las Vegas hotel a decade ago. The United States of America’s police revived the case in October and Mayorga’s attorneys have been chasing for the Portugal superstar’s location since then. According to the Mirror, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star’s personal residence in Turin has been found in the wake of looking through property records held by Italy’s Central Authority.

Presently, Mayorga’s team have asked the official procedure servers to deliver the summons and complaint. The document is expected to be sent in the following couple of weeks once it has been translated. A US judge a month ago enabled more opportunity to find the 34-year-old’s location so as to begin court procedures.

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Mayorga claims Ronaldo raped her in his extravagance suite before paying her £295,000 in “hush money” which she acknowledged in light of the fact that she “felt intimidated”. The Juventus star, who plays his last Serie A round of the period on Sunday, denies the cases.

Mayorga claims Ronaldo raped her in his luxury suite before paying her £295,000 in “hush money” which she accepted because she “felt intimidated”. The Juventus star, who plays his final Serie A game of the season on Sunday, denies the claims.

Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 for the club record fee, and has led the team to another Serie A title, scoring 21 goals in the league alone and providing 11 assists, winning an incredible 14 man of the match awards.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner also won the best player in the Italian Serie A, while becoming the first player ever to win the Premier League, the Spanish La Liga and the Serie A, during his spells with Manchester United and Real Madrid.

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