Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Sports | No Charges for Cristiano Ronaldo in Las Vegas Rape Case Advertisement Supported by ByKevin Draper July 22, 2019 The district attorney in Las Vegas announced Monday that his office had declined to prosecute an allegation of rape made against the soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo. “Based upon a review of the information presented at this time, the allegations of sexual assault against Cristiano Ronaldo cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt,” the district attorney’s office in Clark County, Nev., which contains Las Vegas, said in a statement. @LasVegasDA Declines to Prosecute 10-year-old Sexual Assault Allegation Against Cristiano Ronaldo. @ClarkCountyNV pic.twitter.com/XXdc8D9Plk— Clark County DA (@LasVegasDA) July 22, 2019 The assault was said to have occurred in a Las Vegas hotel room in June 2009, around the time Ronaldo, a Portuguese wing, was completing a transfer to Real Madrid from Manchester United. (Ronaldo currently plays for the Italian champion Juventus.) The woman who accused Ronaldo of assaulting her, Kathryn Mayorga, went to the police shortly after the incident but declined to tell investigators either the identity of her attacker or the site of the… Read full this story
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