Portugal’s prime minister defends Ronaldo amid rape accusation

Ronaldo has been blamed for assault by Kathryn Mayorga, who guarantees the Juventus forward attacked her in Las Vegas in 2009. He has solidly denied the allegation.

Ronaldo was let well enough alone for the most recent Portugal squad yet scored for Juventus in Saturday’s 2-0 Serie A win at Udinese.

Amid a visit to Lanzarote, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa was gotten some information about the affirmations overwhelming Ronaldo.

Costa stated: “Individuals need to see for the last time that one thing is assumption of honesty. It isn’t sufficient for somebody to be blamed for something to be blameworthy of it.

“What’s more, if there’s something we have verification of is that he is an uncommon expert, a remarkable sportsman, an unprecedented footballer, and somebody who has respected and offered distinction to Portugal.

“Undoubtedly what we as a whole wish for is that nothing can ever recolor that record of Ronaldo. Along these lines, to accept as certain what is a unimportant allegation, on the off chance that you pardon me, one can’t depend on perpetual open preliminaries that took such a large number of years to manufacture.”

Ronaldo’s patrons Nike and computer game producer EA Sports have communicated worry about the assertion yet Juventus have officially promised their help for their late spring marking, considering him an extraordinary hero.

The forward is Europe’s unsurpassed driving scorer in universal matches and helped Portugal win the European Championship in 2016.

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