Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that he paid American payments.
The admission of the payment is part of a request recently filed by the soccer star's attorneys to request that a lawsuit filed by the woman, Kathryn Mayorga, be dismissed, in which she asks to void the original agreement reached in 2010 because she signed it under a "Fragile emotional state".
In the documents, the Portuguese star's lawyers argue that it was decided to reach an agreement with Mayorga and keep it confidential with the aim of preventing the matter from being disclosed in the press.
So it was until the German magazine Der Spiegel revealed last year the existence of the payment of his alleged aggressor, the authorities reopened an investigation that culminated a few months ago with the decision to close the case for not having the necessary evidence to charge the current Juventus player from Turin, who from the first moment assured that the accusations were false.
Her lawyer, Peter Christiansen, said last year that everything that happened in the match between the model and the footballer was "agreed."
Now it is up to a judge to decide whether to proceed with the lawsuit filed by the also school teacher to annul the out-of-court settlement they reached 10 years ago. On why she decided to identify her alleged aggressor years later, Mayorga told Der Spiegel that she had never been able to close the wound caused by what had happened and that she signed the pact with the lawyers conditioned by the fear of the footballer's economic and media power.
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