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.
The Las Vegas Police Department put out a warrant for soccer superstar Cristiana Ronaldo's DNA as part of their investigation into a 2009 sexual assault case, in which the pro-footballer stands accused of raping Kathryn Mayorga.
Ronaldo, for his part, has "firmly" denied the allegations, claiming his encounter with Mayorga was consensual. She says she initially chose not to name the person who committed the alleged assault for fear of retribution.
Law enforcement officials discovered DNA on Mayorga's dress from the 2009 incident that does not belong to Mayorga and want to see if the Juventus star's DNA is a match.
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"On that note and after much thought I am reaching out to Kathryn Mayorga and her legal team to offer my assistance in her rape allegation against @Cristiano please contact me", she continued. She claims that they have had a relationship for a full decade, and she suffered emotional trauma and even threats against her life.
The German newspaper Der Spiegel reported in October a year ago that Ronaldo allegedly employs a team of fixers, including at least one private detective, to deal with the public relations disaster he faced after he was accused of rape by Kathryn Mayorga.
Beginning with a tweet Tuesday morning, in which she said she felt compelled to share her stories thanks to the "Surviving R. Kelly" documentary series that aired last week, Lennard unleashed a tweetstorm accusing Ronaldo of years of verbal and psychological bullying and abuse.
Authorities in Las Vegas would then determine whether it matches genetic material found on Mayorga's dress.