Police Want Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA, This Time Not on Someone’s Dress

Like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, never assume you’re off the hook just because a few years have passed. And paying out that hush money isn’t necessarily going to cut it either. Cristiano Ronaldo is about to learn that lesson.

Las Vegas police just reopened a 2009 investigation into Cristiano Ronaldo rape accusations because the accuser has a dress with someone’s DNA on it. So, they’ve issued a warrant for Ronaldo’s DNA sample.

Kathryn Mayorga claimed that Ronaldo raped her in a Las Vegas hotel room and then paid her $375,000 in hush money.

Mayorga had renounced her anonymity and filed a lawsuit against Ronaldo. Her attorneys are also looking to vacate a 2010 non-disclosure agreement the two signed.

Ronaldo is going with the usual defense which is that he definitely had sex with her, but it was totally consensual and did not at all resemble anything like rape.

Right now, the story is that in June 2009, Ronaldo invited Mayorga to a party in his suite at The Palms Casino Resort where he allegedly assaulted her. Mayorga reported that she begged Ronaldo to stop, but he ignored her. She added that Ronaldo apologized afterward and said that “he was usually a gentleman.” So, like, he said, “my bad”?

What the f**k? What kind of apology is that? “Oh yeah, sorry about that. I usually respect women, but every once in a while I just have to rape them.” There isn’t much doubt in my mind that Mayorga’s story is accurate. This sounds too much like the type of half-assed justification from an overly privileged dickhead who thinks he’s entitled to women just because he can kick a soccer ball around.

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