Ronaldo ‘admitted his rape accuser Kathryn Mayorga said no multiple times and he apologised after they had s3x’

Cristiano Ronaldo admitted his rape accuser said no multiple times before they had sex in a Las Vegas hotel, leaked legal documents allege.

The papers, possessed by German magazine Der Spiegel, contain a questionnaire in which the Juventus star, 33, confessed that American Kathryn Mayorga, 35, ‘said no and stop several times’ when the pair had sex in the Hotel Palms Place in June 2009.

The Portguese footballer admitted that ‘it was rough’, ‘she didn’t want to give it to him’ and that he apologised after he’d finished.

In the document – created in September 2009 – Ronaldo is identified as X and Ms Mayorga as Ms C.

The lawyer asked the footballer: ‘What was said by you and what was said by Ms. C? (This is particularly important if anything was said about having sex or anything like that)’

Ronaldo is said to have replied: ‘She said it was not proper to have sex, since they just met (‘Better not. It’s the first time.’) But even so, she grabbed my d***.’

The footballer was then asked to describe in detail what happened, ‘starting with the first physical contact’.  

Ronaldo, who’s worth £350million, reportedly explained: ‘I f***** her from the side. She made herself available. She was lying on her side, in bed, and I entered her from behind. It was rough. We didn’t change position. Five/seven minutes. 

‘She said that she didn’t want to, but she made herself available. The whole time it was rough, I turned her onto her side, and it was fast. Maybe she got some bruises when I grabbed her. 

‘She didn’t want to give it to me, instead she jerked me off. I don’t know any more exactly what she said when she was jerking me off. But she kept saying “No. Don’t do it, I’m not like the others.” I apologized afterwards.’

The player’s lawyer asked if Ms Mayorga ever raise her voice, screamed, or yelled while they had sex.

According to the documents, Ronaldo confessed: ‘She said no and stop several times.’

Part of the transcript was written both in third and first person, which perhaps suggests one of Ronaldo’s lawyers wrote down some of the answers for him:

One part read: ‘They didn’t use a condom. They didn’t talk about condoms. He didn’t come inside of her. He pulled his d*** out before. I came on her and on the blanket. There was no lubricant. I used saliva. He doesn’t know if she had an orgasm.’  

The final question was if Mayorga said anything after they’d finished – to which Ronaldo explained she was upset.

The documents show that he said: ‘[She said] “You asshole, you forced me. You idiot. I’m not like the others.” I said, ‘I’m sorry.’

The conversation between Ronaldo and his lawyer took place in August 2009, but the answers seem to have been modified between then and December 2009.

An alternative version of the document, supplied by Ronaldo’s lawyers on December 24, 2009, had very different answers to the September paper.

In the December version, Ronaldo’s answer to ‘what happened that night’ was simply that she ‘grabbed his d***.’


Thirsty Trap: Shirtless Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his jaw-dropping muscular chest and rippling six-pack (Photos)

He welcomed his fourth child – and third baby in five months -earlier this month.

And Cristiano Ronaldo showed that fatherhood suits him down to the ground as he showcased his jaw-dropping muscular physique in a video to promote his CR7 Denim clothing line.

The footballing sensation, 32, who welcomed 12-day-old  daughter Alana Martina with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez on November 12, positively sizzled as he stripped down to just a tight pair of stonewashed jeans, flaunting his rippling six-pack and muscular pecs.

Shooting the camera a smouldering stare, the Real Madrid forward, who is known for his killer physique, also revealed his toned arms and defined obliques as he sultrily leaned against a wall, bathed in white and red light.

The icon is seen putting on a Virtual Reality headset, before performing a series of complex backflips and football stretches and finishing the advert by staring defiantly into the camera.

The high-tech advert sees Cristiano’s line labelled ‘the future of denim.’

Cristiano also enlisted the help of his young son Cristiano Jr, seven, for a fun ad campaign for the  CR7 Denim Junior collection, with the father and son team adorably posing together in matching jeans.


The steamy video comes two weeks after the star  uploaded a photograph of his girlfriend Georgina Rodriquez, 22, holding their newborn baby daughter next to him and Cristiano Jr.

He wrote on his Instagram page: ‘Alana Martina is just born! Both Geo and Alana are doing great! We are all very happy!’

The family arrived at the Hospital Quiron Universal in Madrid, near the footballer’s home on the nearby gated VIP estate La Finca.

It was thought her first child – and Cristiano’s fourth – would be born around November 21. But on Sunday evening Ronaldo confirmed they were all ‘doing great’

Georgina, who is half-Spanish and half-Argentinian, said in August how she was preparing for the birth of Alana Martina while eating a strict Mediterranean diet.

Cristiano said last week that being a father was an amazing experience.

He expanded his family in June with surrogate twins Eva and Mateo, who were born in a US hospital and brought back to Madrid where he lives by his doting mum.

Cristiano Jr, is also thought to have been born to a surrogate mother in the States.


Earlier this month Ronaldo said: ‘Being a father is a unique and personal journey, something that has changed me completely.

‘It’s taught me things about love that I never knew existed. It has softened me and given me a different perspective on what is really important in my life.

‘I can’t wait to be a dad again. Being a father and seeing my family grow is without doubt the greatest privilege I’ve had.

‘Spending time with them, being by their side, smiling and laughing with them. They’ve brought a lot of happiness and joy to my life.’

The European Champions! Portugal Beat France To Take Home The Euro 2016 Cup

Portugal overcame host France in the final of the European football championship thanks to their Guinea-Bissau-born striker Eder in the second half of extra time.

Perhaps it was fitting, then, that its winners — via an extra-time goal from a former Swansea striker — are a team who finished third in their group and lifted the trophy after winning just one game out of seven over 90 minutes.



Portugal deserve credit for their pluck, but that is about it. They lost their captain and best player, Cristiano Ronaldo, to a knee injury caused by a Dimitri Payet challenge midway through the first half.

He was distraught as the Portugal medical team helped him off the pitch as he was replaced by Ricardo Quaresma.

Ronaldo was distraught as the Portugal medical team helped him off the pitch as he was replaced by Ricardo Quaresma

After that, Portugal simply hung on and hoped that they may get a break. They didn’t. They hoped that they may get to extra-time. They did, and then somehow they won it.

Portugal secured their first major international title despite losing captain Cristiano Ronaldo to injury in the first half.

The 28-year-old's strike evoked wild scenes among the Portuguese playing and coaching staff

France nearly snatched a win in stoppage time at the end of 90 minutes when Andre-Pierre Gignac’s shot rebounded off the post, while Raphael Guerreiro hit the crossbar with a free kick for Portugal in extra-time.

That, as it turned out, was Portugal’s cue. Extra-time was a non- event until Eder emerged from anonymity to win it. Ronaldo cried again as he received the trophy.

‘Vamos,’ he screamed as he lifted it to the sky. ‘Come on!’ is its literal translation. No doubt it was the preface to quite a party.

The Portugal captain and his team-mates cheer with delight after beating France 1-0 in extra-time at the Stade de France

Portugal striker Eder wrote his name in footballing history as his strike gave his country victory at Euro 2016

Meanwhile, Ronaldo gives the famous piece of silverware a kiss













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Five-star Ronaldo takes aim against homeless Shakhtar

Cristiano Ronaldo has more goalscoring records in his sights when Real Madrid get their Champions League campaign underway at home to Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday.

Ronaldo became Los Blancos’ all-time top goalscorer in La Liga on Saturday with five goals in a 6-0 rout of Espanyol to move ahead of club legends Raul and Alfredo di Stefano.

The World Player of the Year is now just five adrift of also surpassing Raul’s record as Madrid’s top scorer in all competitions having played more than 400 games fewer than the Spaniard in a Madrid shirt.

Moreover, he has the chance to edge ahead of Lionel Messi as the top scorer in the history of the Champions League with the world’s two best players currently locked on 77 goals apiece.

“Someone who scores so many goals has their place in history forever like Raul or Di Stefano,” said Madrid boss Rafael Benitez.

“I think we are speaking of three historic players and I hope Cristiano continues adding to his tally for his good and the good of the team.”

The thrashing of Espanyol means Benitez’s men have scored 11 times in their last two matches, dispelling pre-season fears that the former Liverpool and Chelsea manager would insist on a more defensive approach this season.

One of Benitez’s biggest tasks when he was handed the job was to get the best out of Gareth Bale after a disappointing second season at the Bernabeu.

The Welshman has flourished in a more central role so far this season and was involved in five of Madrid’s six goals at the weekend despite failing to get on the scoresheet himself.

“Now I feel involved in the play and I think that is showing in the games that I am able to assist goals and score goals,” said Bale.

“We are working hard on the training ground and on the pitch and it’s coming together. We just want to score as many goals as we can.”

Another flood of goals could be on the cards at the Bernabeu against a Shakhtar side weakened by the ongoing unstable political situation in Ukraine.

Mircea Lucescu’s side have played their home fixtures in Lviv, over 600 miles from Donetsk for more than a season.

A run to the last 16 of last season’s Champions League also provided a shop window for many of their best players to secure lucrative moves to top clubs around Europe as Douglas Costa joined Bayern Munich, whilst Luiz Adriano was snapped up by AC Milan.

However, despite the difficulties faced by Shakhtar, midfielder Viktor Kovalenko believes they can cause a massive upset at the Bernabeu.

“I think it is interesting for any player to play against the stars of this level,” he told the club’s website.

“Shakhtar now have a chance not only to play but even beat them. We will try to show our best, making every effort to achieve a victory in this match-up.”

Photo Credits : AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo pays stylist to maintain his sculpture in a museum

Cristiano Ronaldo pays a personal stylist to comb his sculpture made from wax every month.

The art work is  at the Museo Cera wax museum in Madrid.

And in a bid to make sure it’s kept in perfect order, Ronaldo sends his own stylist along to make sure the hair is all perfect and lovely.

The news was confirmed by museum director Gonzalo Presa.

‘Cristiano told us to be sure his figure was perfect,’ he explained.

‘He sent his own hairstylist to brush his figure once a month. Cristiano’s hair is natural. It is not a wig and it comes from India.’

Image courtesy of Metro

Ronaldo double takes Madrid four points clear

Cristiano Ronaldo rounded off a week where he was named world player of the year for the third time scoring a double as Real Madrid opened up a four-point lead at the top of La Liga with a 3-0 win away to Getafe on Sunday.

The visitors had to wait 63 minutes to make the breakthrough before he fired home Karim Benzema’s pass to set them on the road to victory.

Gareth Bale then doubled the visitors’ lead before Ronaldo rounded off the scoring with a trademark header from James Rodriguez’s cross.

Barcelona can cut Madrid’s lead back to a solitary point when they travel to Deportivo la Coruna later on Sunday.

Perhaps suffering from the after effects of their Copa del Rey elimination to Atletico Madrid in midweek Madrid started sluggishly, but were rarely threatened by a goal-shy Getafe.

The European champions finally started to get going after 20 minutes as Marcelo drove a fierce effort just over on his weaker right foot before Benzema was denied by Jordi Codina.

Isco then tested the Getafe ‘keeper with a piledriver from the edge of the box which Codina did well to turn over and Toni Kroos came even closer a minute before the break when he rattled the crossbar from long range.

Codina continued to frustrate Madrid at the start of the second period with good saves from Benzema and James Rodriguez.

However, his resistence was finally broken just before the hour mark with a brilliant team goal as Isco and Rodriguez combined to free Benzema and the Frenchman produced an exquisite piece of skill on the byline to cut the ball back for Ronaldo to slam home.

Just four minutes later it was 2-0 as this time Rodriguez was the provider with a fine low cross that Bale prodded past Codina with the outside of his left foot.

The winning margin could even have been greater for Ancelotti’s men as Ronaldo outfoxed Codina with a free-kick that whistled inches past the post with the ‘keeper beaten.

Ronaldo wasn’t to be denied his second of the afternoon 11 minutes from time, though, as another sumptuous cross from Rodriguez allowed the Portuguese to plant a firm header past the helpless Codina to register his 36th goal of the season.

Getafe failed to force Iker Casillas into a single save, but did come within inches of a consolation goal when Alvaro Vazquez fired against the post from Alex Felip’s low cross late on.

Photo Credits : AFP

Ronaldo shrine awaits new trophy

The Cristiano Ronaldo Museum in Madeira is a family affair that is counting on getting a new trophy on Monday when FIFA announces its latest world player of the year.

There are already the Ballon d’Or trophies for 2008 and 2013 among the more than 160 prizes in the museum overlooking the port of Funchal, Ronaldo’s hometown.

The 29-year-old Real Madrid superstar is hot favourite to secure a third at a FIFA cermony in Zurich.

“If he does not win, there is no justice in football!”, said Nuno Viveiros, a 32-year-old cousin of the footballer who cheerfully guides visitors around the museum.

Ronaldo’s brother Hugo Aveiro runs the museum and his adoring mother Dolores Aveiro is never far away.

Dolores Aveiro has played a key role in the rise of the world’s richest footballer, whose personal wealth is estimated at more than $185 million (155 million euros).

“Ronaldo would not be where he is without his mother,” said Francisco Afonso, Ronaldo’s first coach at the small local club CF Andorinha.

Sporting Lisbon signed the future star as an 11-year-old and “she went to be with him in Lisbon when he wanted to give everything up and return to Madeira,” said Afonso.

The rest is history and the Ronaldo name has become a near industry on the island of Madeira, where Funchal is the capital.

Below the museum, an imposing statue of the footballer, complete with his thickly gelled quiff, stands on the seafront amid the palm trees.

The world’s most marketable footballer, his mother and whole family attended the inauguration in December of the 800 kilogramme (1,760 pound), 3.40 metre (11 feet) high statue.

Some unkind social media commentators and visitors make fun of the statue, saying the shorts are too tight and revealing.

But Ronaldo fans come from the Portuguese mainland and other countries to pay tribute.

– Ronaldo pilgrims –

Ronaldo, known as “CR7” after his initials and shirt number, paid for the 400 square metre museum which has already attracted 100,000 visitors ready to pay five euros ($5.90) for the entrance ticket.

Alongside the world player of the trophies are those for being three times the top scorer in Europe and three more for being top scorer in the Champions League.

There are letters from fans, signed shirts and some of his trophies from his youth years won in tournaments across Portugal and Europe.

The exhibits trace Ronaldo’s extraordinary career from CF Andorinha to local Portuguese championship side Nacional Madeira, his moves to Sporting, then at 18 to Manchester United and then his 94 million euro ($110 million) transfer to Real Madrid.

Followers stare at the Ballon d’Or trophies.

“Ronaldo is the greatest. He knows how to play with the ball and build up the game like no-one else,” said Victor Melendez, a 29-year-old Spaniard, perusing the exhibits.

Afonso, now 75, said that Ronaldo “always had the ability to read the game and above all he trained more than the others.”

Portuguese visitor Joao Nascimento, 45, had his photograph taken with a wax statue of his hero who he was sure would remain at the top. “He will get a third Ballon d’Or, I’m sure,” the fan declared.

The passion is shared by the island of Madeira for whom Ronaldo is a folk hero.

His mother says that the football superstar, now at the height of his career with Real Madrid, has “never forgotten his origins.”

But the Ronaldo traces are slowly disappearing. His family home in the popular Funchal district of Santo Antonio is gone.

His father, Jose Dinis Aveiro, a municipal gardener, died in 2005. Their subsidised home was then razed and a small car park with a view over the sea has replaced it.

But it was here that the young Ronaldo played in the streets with his older cousins who were already jealous of his talent.

Not all the neighbours remain admirers. “Since he became a star, Ronaldo has forgotten us,” said Filipe, a local man aged in his 20s.

But Afonso insists that Ronaldo “will for a long time remain Madeira’s best representative in the world.”

Photo Credits : AFP

Ronaldo returns home for statue unveiling

World player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo returned to his hometown of Funchal on Madeira on Sunday to attend the unveiling of a statue sculpted in his honour.

The Real Madrid star travelled to the Portuguese island from Marrakech, where on Saturday he helped his club lift the Club World Cup, their fourth trophy of 2014.

“This is a very special moment, to have a statue of me,” said an emotional Ronaldo at the ceremony where he was joined by members of his family and thousands of fans.

“Ronaldo has never forgotten his origins,” said his mother, Dolores Aveiro.

The 3.4 metre statue forms part of Ronaldo’s personal museum on the island housing his haul of trophies including his two Ballon d’Or titles, with a third one possibly on its way as he is the favourite to win the FIFA award again.

Ronaldo, who won the Ballon d’Or for the first time in 2008, is on the shortlist after scoring a record 17 goals in a Champions League campaign as Real Madrid went on to win their 10th European Cup last term.

Cristiano Ronaldo wins BBC overseas award

Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo has been crowned BBC overseas sports personality of the year. The Portugal forward who was previously in Manchester United is also the reigning footballer of the year.

According to BBC Ronaldo had this to say, “Thank you BBC for choosing me and to my old fans in England. Thank you very much,”. The 29-year old has scored 281 goals in 267 matches for Real Madrid.

The Portugal forward becomes the second footballer to win the award since this century, after Brazil striker Ronaldo in 2002. Ronaldo won the award ahead of tennis star Serena Williams, boxer Floyd May weather and MotoGP rider Marc Marquez.  Mercedes driver  Lewis Hamilton who won his second Formula 1 world title this season  was also named BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

Other winners include:

Sport’s Unsung Hero: Jill Stidever won the award

Helen Rollason Award: The Invictus Games competitors

Lifetime Achievement Award: Six-time Olympic gold medal-winner Sir Chris Hoy

Young Sports Personality of the Year: Claudia Fragapane.

Additional reporting by BBC


Cristiano Ronaldo, ‘The World’s Top Goalscorer’ in 2013 for the IFFHS

Cristiano Ronaldo continues to accumulate awards. On this occasion, the Real Madrid forward received the “The World’s Top Goalscorer 2013”, awarded by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS). Its vice president, Robert Ley, was in charge of presenting the award to Ronaldo for his 25 goals in European competitions for club and country.

Specifically, Cristiano scored 15 goals for Real Madrid in the Champions League and 10 for Portugal during 2013. Taking all competitions into account, he racked up 69 goals, his best goalscoring return in a calendar year up until now.


Ronaldo washes dishes after losing a bet

Former Brazilian football super star Ronaldo was left washing dishes at a restaurant, it wasn’t because he had not paid his bill but rather because  he lost a bet to tennis super player Rafa Nadal.

The pair faced off at London’s Hippodrome Casino, in a match hosted by PokerStars, with French Open champion Nadal coming out on top and claiming a $50,000 (sh 4.4 M )  prize  for his charity.

Ronaldo said: “Rafa played well. I made a mistake going all-in at the end with a bluff, but ultimately Rafa had the best hand. Sometimes you have to be bold in poker, and even though it didn’t work out this time, I had fun.”


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Cristiano Ronaldo has denied claims he has an obscene nickname for Lionel Messi

Ballon D’Or favourite Cristiano Ronaldo has taken to his Facebook page to deny the reports of his nickname for Lionel Messi behind closed doors is ‘motherf****r.’

The Real Madrid forward was accused of regularly referring to his Barcelona counterpart by the name in Guillem Balague’s book, MESSI, but Ronaldo insists it is untrue.

Balague’s book discusses the relationship between the two, insisting they are not friends but act politely in public for the benefit of the media.

The Spanish football journalist claims several players at the Santiago Bernabeu relayed the information to him, and that Ronaldo not only calls Messi by ‘motherf****r’ but also anyone who is caught speaking to his Ballon d’Or rival.