Ronaldo to be Issued Summons in the Alleged Rape Case: Report
Earlier, Ronaldo’s lawyers had refused to provide any details of his residence and hence no summons could be issued.
Big blow for star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo after Kathryn Mayorga’s lawyers make an important discovery in the ongoing rape charges issued against him by Kathryn.
According to the Daily Mirror, Kathryn Mayorga’s lawyers have tracked down the full address of Cristiano Ronaldo’s house in Italy. Following the development, Italy’s Central Authority were informed who will now deliver the summons and complaint to Ronaldo’s place.
The document, which needs to be translated, will be delivered in the next couple of weeks.
Earlier, Ronaldo’s lawyers had refused to provide any details of his residence in Italy, and hence no summons could be issued.
In this regard, a US judge had allowed an extended period of 180 days to Mayorga’s team of lawyers to find the Ronaldo’s address after they had initially failed to come up with the superstar’s home.
The alleged rape incident had taken place ten years ago in a hotel in Las Vegas in US, but did not come to light till much later on since Mayorga felt intimidated and initially accepted money to keep quiet.
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