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Soccer icon and current Juventus F.C. forward Cristiano Ronaldo will not be charged for a sexual assault dispute dating back to 2009, according to TMZ Sports.
The accuser was Kathryn Mayorga, who agreed to a $375,000 settlement in 2009, but wanted the Las Vegas Police Department to re-open the case because of the expansion of the #MeToo movement. After the case was re-opened, Ronaldo denied all allegations thrown in his direction.
Cristiano Ronaldo will not face criminal charges over 2009 sexual assault allegations, reports @TMZhttps://t.co/Hdu17uSLWP pic.twitter.com/vBA021IbJo
Ronaldo complied with orders from the police department supplying DNA in January for the department to investigate. Prosecutors eventually admitted they could not prove Mayorga’s case “beyond a reasonable doubt.” (RELATED: Cristiano Ronaldo Responds To Rape Allegation)
The 34-year-old soccer star can now turn his sights back to soccer now that the investigation is over. I am sure Ronaldo was just as surprised as anyone that this situation resurfaced 10 years later.
— B/R Football (@brfootball) July 22, 2019
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) October 2, 2018
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