DNA request made in Cristiano Ronaldo rape case

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Las Vegas police have asked Cristiano Ronaldo to submit a DNA sample, as part of an ongoing investigation into rape allegations stemming from a night in 2009, according to TMZ.

Mayorga has accused Ronaldo of raping her in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009. The soccer star allegedly paid the American model-turned-teacher hush money to the tune of $375,000, but Mayorga said she later reconsidered in an attempt to expose the Portuguese striker. Mayorga has stated that she did not initially participate in a full police investigation at the time of the alleged assault out of fear for her personal safety and the well-being of her family.

Las Vegas police declined comment, said Officer Laura Meltzer, a department spokeswoman.

Read the Journal story here. Mayorga alleges Ronaldo and his team coerced her into signing despite her emotional state.

English model Jasmine Lennard who was the girlfriend of Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has vowed to expose the Portugal worldwide so as to help Kathryn Mayorga.

Jasmine Lennard, an English model and actress, posted on her Twitter account that she has years worth of messages that would back up her claims that Ronaldo was abusive, and unrepentant about his behavior, towards her and other women. Her attorney says she suffered depression, suicidal thoughts, alcohol abuse and problems maintaining personal relationships and employment.

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Another woman has spoken out about alleged ugly abuse on the part of Cristiano Ronaldo.

"So it is not surprising that DNA would be present, nor that the police would make this very standard request as part of their investigation".

Ronaldo's lawyers have said documents cited by some media outlets in reporting the case are "fabrications".

Ronaldo continues to deny all wrongdoing and plans on cooperating with investigators to prove his innocence.

Authorities say that because Mayorga reported the alleged attack promptly, no law in Nevada prevents prosecutors from filing criminal sexual assault charges now if evidence of a crime is found.

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