Who could say that the documents that helped the Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto to disclose will give Cristiano Ronaldo “freedom” in case of alleged violations in the United States. whom? Let’s start “from the beginning”:
This Friday, it was decided that Catherine Mayorga, who demanded more than 23 million euros in compensation for the alleged events in Las Vegas in 2009, was charged with rape against Cristiano Ronaldo. will be archived.
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Letters between Cristiano Ronaldo and his lawyers show that the DNA found on the body of Catherine Mayorga in 2009 corresponds to that of the player, and he said no.
The reasons are that, as you mentioned in the 42-page report, Judge Jennifer Dorsey ruled that the actions of the prosecution’s lawyer, Leslie Stowall, did not comply with the procedures deemed appropriate. To be more precise, the judge called Stowall’s behavior “bad intentions” because he used stolen confidential documents that revealed the connection between Cristiano Ronaldo and his lawyers: “The continued use of these documents was malicious”Dorsey explained in the report, thus following the position of Master Daniel Albergts, who recommended suspending the case in 2021 for “inappropriate behavior” by Majorga’s attorney.
What documents are you talking about? Used by North American lawyers and from “Football Leaks” files.
remember that The documents were leaked in the famous “Football Leaks” operation involving Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto.The German newspaper Der Spiegel published an article in 2010 entitled “The Secret of Cristiano Ronaldo” about the confidentiality agreement signed between the footballer and Mayorga in 2010.
The court ruled that Ronaldo’s lawyers had failed to find evidence that he had threatened to withdraw Majorga’s complaint, in which he accepted more than € 354,000 in August 2010. Investigating everything that could have happened in a hotel room in Las Vegas, the alleged attempted rape, citing the invalidity of the documents used by American lawyers. .
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The judge recommended that the case of Cristiano Ronaldo’s rape of Mayorga be dropped
The judge acknowledged that the failure of the case for these reasons is a “severe” sanction, but clarified: “Stovall’s disqualification will not erase Ronaldo’s prejudices over inappropriate documents, and his confidential content is at the heart of Mayorga’s claims. It deserves serious sanctions. “
From now on, Cristiano Ronaldo will be able to move to the United States again – in the past, like his will, before the process emerges – to invest in businesses and clubs.