A Nevada federal judge will hear arguments in the case regarding the rape allegation against Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Ken Ritter of the Associated Press.
Kathryn Mayorga says Ronaldo raped her in a Las Vegas hotel suite in 2009 after meeting at a nightclub. The Juventus star says the two had consensual sex, but the two sides reached a confidentiality agreement in 2010 and Mayorga was paid $375,000.
Mayorga’s attorney, Leslie Mark Stovall, argues she “was pressured by Ronaldo’s representatives and lacked the legal capacity to sign a non-disclosure agreement,” per Ritter. Continue reading
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