Cristiano Ronaldo Says He Doesn't Know His Accuser Jasmine Lennard

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Back in 2010, Lennard wrote in a "tell-all" account for the Mirror that she had a fling with Ronaldo during the time when the then-Manchester United star was seeing supermodel Irina Shayk.

Lennard also alleged that she and her family have been threatened by Ronaldo's team, and that there is a file of information on her compiled by detectives hired by the football star.

Police in Las Vegas have issued a warrant for a DNA sample from Cristiano Ronaldo as part of their investigation into the rape allegations made against the Juventus forward. "Sickening", Lennard began. "Absolutely sickening that because people are so enamoured by him and his musical talent he's been able to get away for SO long with these vile criminal acts of abuse and paedophilia".

Mayorga shared her story with German publication Der Spiegel, which sparked a strong denial from Ronaldo's camp and a threat to sue the publication, calling rape an "abominable crime". "I just can't. Reach out to me Kathryn i will help you", she tweeted on Tuesday. Provided everything in the warrant is correct, police in Italy would now be expected to collect a sample of Ronaldo's DNA to be sent to authorities in Las Vegas.

Ms Mayorga reported the alleged sexual assault to police on the day it occurred.

Lennard is intent on helping, judging by her tweets.

She continued, claiming that Ronaldo has hired publicists, lawyers and investigators to "bully and stalk and harass and frighten and repress" Mayorga.

The Juventus star has denied having a relationship with the CBB star, and denied he was the person in voice notes she claimed were from him. The 33-year-old Portuguese soccer player has vehemently denied the accusation. "It's wrong. It makes me feel like I'm complicit".

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