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Cristiano Ronaldo’s £1.7m Bugatti Veyron ‘crashes into a house in Majorca’ driven by employee

Cristiano Ronaldo’s £1.7million Bugatti Veyron ‘bumps into a wall in Mallorca while being controlled by one of the footballer’s staff’

  • An employee of Cristiano Ronaldo is involved in an accident in Sa Coma
  • The accident with the luxury car happened this morning around 11 o’clock
  • Police are investigating the incident but have not yet commented

One of the two luxury cars that Cristiano Ronaldo had shipped to Mallorca for his family summer vacation has been involved in an accident.

The Bugatti Veyron, with a power of 1.7 million pounds and 900 horsepower, is said to have crashed into a house in the seaside town of Sa Coma on the east coast.

An employee of the footballer, instead of Cristiano himself, is said to have driven the vehicle at the time.

The accident happened around 11 a.m. Monday morning.

Police are investigating the incident but have not yet commented.

Cristiano Ronaldo's £1.7million Bugatti Veyron, pictured, reportedly crashed in accident

Cristiano Ronaldo’s £1.7million Bugatti Veyron, pictured, reportedly crashed in accident

The driver was uninjured, but the front of Cristiano’s expensive motorcycle was damaged.

Cristiano flew to Mallorca on June 14 with his five children and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez.

They rent a luxury house at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains and enjoy a day out on Cristiano’s superyacht.

It is the first time that Cristiano and Georgina go on holiday with their daughter Esmeralda, whose twin brother died in childbirth in mid-April.

They are expected to stay in the house for another three or four days.

In addition to his Bugatti Cristiano, he also shipped a Mercedes-Benz G-Class for their sunny holiday.

The villa where they stay has its own gym, swimming pool surrounded by palm trees, several jacuzzis, a beach volleyball court and a mini football field.

It also reportedly has its own chapel and a rumored ‘erotic room’ beneath it – and is the same property that former Man U frontman Sergio Ramos team-mate chose for a previous vacation with wife Pilar Rubio and their children.

The footballer and his family picked Mallorca for their summer break last year before the striker announced he was returning to Old Trafford.

They stayed in a historic £10,000 a night coastal mansion on the island, built to defend the coast from British attacks.

The property was identified as Manresa Castle – Castell de Manresa in Catalan Spanish – after Cristiano posted photos of him relaxing with Georgina in early July last year.

Dating back to 1715, the sensational seven-bed estate where he stayed was built to fend off the British who controlled the island of Menorca at the time.

One of two luxury cars that Cristiano Ronaldo shipped to Mallorca for his family summer vacation is involved in an accident

One of two luxury cars that Cristiano Ronaldo shipped to Mallorca for his family summer vacation is involved in an accident

This new hiatus is the first since they announced the tragic death of Esmeralda’s twin brother on April 18.

They announced last October that they were expecting twins and Argentina-born Georgina revealed she was carrying a boy and a girl in a touching video with their daughter Alana Martina, four, and Cristiano’s three children, five-year-old twins Eva and Mateo and Cristiano. Jr who is 11.

Cristiano said in a heartbreaking statement after the death of their child: “It is with our deepest sadness that we have to announce that our little boy has passed away. It is the greatest pain parents can feel.

‘Only the birth of our girl gives us the strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness.

“We would like to thank the doctors and nurses for all their expert care and support.

We are all devastated by this loss and we kindly ask for privacy at this very difficult time.

“Our little boy, you are our angel. We will always love you.’

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