Ronaldo won’t face civil suit


Nevada judge dismissed a civil lawsuit against Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday which alleged Ronaldo or his associates violated a nondisclosure agreement stemming from a sexual ncounter between a Nevada woman and the soccer star, according to the Associated Press.

This civil case was originally opened in 2018 after Ronaldo admitted to paying former Las Vegas model Kathryn Mayorga $375,000 after she accused Ronaldo of rape in 2009.

Ronaldo denied the allegations in 2018 and claimed the relations with himself and Mayorga were consensual.

He did not face criminal charges after the case was reopened in 2019. On Friday, U.S. District Judge Jennifer Dorsey instead ruled that Mayorga’s attorney, Leslie Mark Stoval, used leaked and stolen documents from discussions between Ronaldo and his lawyers.

“I find that the procurement and continued use of these documents was bad faith, and simply disqualifying Stovall will not cure the prejudice to Ronaldo because the misappropriated documents and their confidential contents have been woven into the very fabric of [plaintiff Kathryn] Mayorga’s claims,” Dorsey.—Agencies


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