Video: Could The Allegation Be True? Cristiano Ronaldo And Kathryn Mayorga Filmed Dancing At A Night Club Hours Before The Alleged Rape Incident

A video of Cristiano Ronaldo and rape accuser Kathryn Mayorga dancing in a nightclub has surfaced hours before he’s alleged to have attacked her in a hotel next door.

The Juventus superstar is spotted on mobile phone footage with the American in the Rain nightclub at the Palms Hotel and Casino.

The video was recorded in 2009 on the night the alleged rape took place.

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Ms Mayorga then worked as an in-house nightclub dancer and is filmed dancing and sharing jokes with the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star.

However, Ms Mayorga who is now a teacher claims Ronaldo later attacked her in the penthouse suite of the Palms Casino Resort before allegedly apologising and saying he is ‘usually a gentleman’.

The former Manchester United player Ronaldo, 33, denies any wrongdoing.

Ms Mayorga is suing Ronaldo to overturn a non-disclosure agreement she signed after the alleged incident.

She described the accusation as rape in her interview with Der Spiegel, though the legal papers have labelled the allegation as sexual assault claims.

The Portuguese star issued a statement on social media on Wednesday to ‘clear his name’ and deny the accusation of rape.

“I firmly deny the accusations being issued against me. Rape is an abominable crime that goes against everything that I am and believe in.”Keen as I may be to clear my name, I refuse to feed the media spectacle created by people seeking to promote themselves at my expense. ” Ronaldo said.

“My clear conscious will thereby allow me to await with tranquillity the results of any and all investigations.”

Mayorga, 34, alleges the footballer then dispatched a team of “fixers” to obstruct the criminal investigation and trick her into keeping quiet for $375,00 (£268,000).

The lawsuit says Ms Mayorga asked police last month to reopen the criminal case.

Las Vegas police confirmed on Monday that they have reopened a sexual assault case from 2009.

Her lawyers held a press conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday evening, where they said a psychiatric evaluation concluded she was psychologically unfit to enter into a non-disclosure agreement and settlement with Ronaldo’s lawyers.

A paper statement handed out to reporters in the room stated that, when she instructed lawyers, Ms Mayorga “appeared to be emotionally fragile and frightened”.

It continued: “She explained that since the 2009 sexual assault she had experienced depression, intrusive thoughts, considered suicide, abused alcohol, had difficulty maintaining personal relationships and employment.”

They added that her emotional distress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression was a direct result of the alleged sexual assault.

Ronaldo has 20 days from the filing of the lawsuit to respond, her lawyers said.

Ms Mayorga has left Las Vegas to escape the attention on her case, adding the alleged sexual assault has caused her severe mental and emotional damage. She was not at the news conference.

“She has decided not to make herself available to the media and stay out of the public because of her emotional state,” attorney Leslie Stovall told the news conference. “It is not pleasant for her.”

Her lawyers said they are considering whether to release documents related to the case including police reports, medical records, and an out-of-court settlement that included a non-disclosure agreement about the incident.

Lawyers for Ronaldo, one of the world’s best-known athletes, on Friday threatened to sue German magazine Der Spiegel for publishing “blatantly illegal” accusations by Ms Mayorga.

Der Spiegel’s deputy editor-in-chief, Alfred Weinzierl, told Reuters on Sunday that the magazine had worked professionally, confronted and laid out the evidence and stood by its story, which it said was allowed under Germany’s press law.

Ronaldo has been named world best player of the year five times and transferred to Juventus from Real Madrid this summer for 100 million euros ($116 million).

The striker missed Juventus’ Champions League win over Young Boys on Tuesday as a result of suspension but will return this weekend in Serie A vs Udinese.



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