Cristiano Ronaldo & # 39; must be offered to deal with allegations of rape & # 39; after lawyers finally found the Italian address of Juventus striker
- The Juventus attacker emphatically denies the allegations that he has attacked Kathryn Mayorga
- Cristiano Ronaldo & # 39; s home address in Turin was found by Mayorga lawyers
- Mayorga & # 39; s lawyers have been looking for the Ronaldo address since October
Cristiano Ronaldo will be summoned for allegations of rape after lawyers from his prosecutor, Kathryn Mayorga, have found his address in Italy.
The Juventus attacker emphatically denies the claim that he attacked Mayorga ten years ago in a hotel in Las Vegas.
The US police reopened the case in October and the Mayorga lawyers have since been hunting for the address of the Portuguese international.
Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be called upon to discuss the allegations of rape in the coming weeks
Ronaldo strongly denies the claim that he attacked Kathryn Mayorga in 2009 in a hotel in Las Vegas
According to the mirror, the former home address of the Manchester United star in Turin was found after searching property titles held by the central authority of Italy.
Now the Mayorga team has asked the official process servers to submit the summons and complaint. The document is expected to be sent in the coming weeks as soon as it is translated.
A US judge last month allowed more time to track down the 34-year-old address to start legal proceedings.
Mayorga claims that Ronaldo raped her in his luxury suite before she put her £ 295,000 in & # 39; hush money & # 39; paid what she accepted because she was intimidated & # 39; felt.
The Juventus star, which will play its last Series A game of the season on Sunday, denies the claims.
The lawyers of Mayorga have been hunting since October for the address of the Portuguese international
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