According to the "Guardian" news, Ronaldo’s rape case will be heard in the United States in the near future. The woman believes that Ronaldo violated the confidentiality agreement and demanded that Ronaldo pay another $200,000.
According to the "Guardian" news, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mayorga will continue their lawsuit. Mayorga previously accused the Juventus star of raping himself in a Las Vegas resort hotel suite more than 10 years ago. This lawsuit is heading towards the trial of a federal judge in Nevada.
No specific date has been set yet, but the US District Judge Jennifer Dorsey said that she will listen to the opinions of all parties and decide on her own whether Mayorga is mentally healthy and can sign the 2010 "hush fee" with Ronaldo’s agent. Agreement, which paid US$375,000 to Mayorga. Ronaldo will not face criminal charges for rape charges.
Ronaldo's lawyer Peter Christiansen declined to comment on Tuesday. Mayorga’s lawyers, a team of lawyers headed by Leslie Mark Stovall, have not yet responded to the judge’s September 30 ruling. In 2019, a judge ruled that there was insufficient evidence for Cristiano Ronaldo to face criminal charges for these allegations. Dorsey wrote: The court should decide whether Mayorga "lack of mental capacity" signed a non-disclosure agreement with Ronaldo's representative, and "whether any agreement was formed between the parties." It is unclear whether Ronaldo or Mayorga signed a confidentiality agreement. Whether it is necessary to appear in person during the trial.
罗纳尔多的律师彼得·克里斯蒂安森（Peter Christiansen）周二拒绝置评。由莱斯利·马克·斯托瓦尔（Leslie Mark Stovall）领导的律师团队Mayorga的律师尚未对法官9月30日的裁决作出回应。 2019年，一名法官裁定克里斯蒂亚诺·罗纳尔多（Cristiano Ronaldo）没有足够的证据应对这些指控提起刑事诉讼。 Dorsey写道：法院应决定Mayorga是否“缺乏智力”与Ronaldo的代表签署了保密协议，以及“双方之间是否达成任何协议”。目前尚不清楚罗纳尔多或马约加是否签署了保密协议。在审判期间是否有必要亲自出庭。
After filing a lawsuit against Ronaldo in October 2018, Mayorga agreed through her lawyer to reveal his identity. Dorsey asked the two parties to agree on a trial plan for a judge before the end of November.
Mayorga stated in the lawsuit that Cristiano Ronaldo or his assistant violated the confidentiality agreement and allowed reports on this matter to appear in European publications in 2017. She hopes to get at least $200,000 from Ronaldo. Ronaldo’s lawyer insisted that media reports were based on electronic data, which was illegally invaded, stolen and sold by cybercriminals. They believed that the documents had been tampered with and complained that Mayorga's lawsuit had damaged Ronaldo's reputation.
Stovall said: "Mayoga had a learning disability when he was a child, was pressured by Ronaldo representatives, and did not have the legal capacity to sign a confidentiality agreement."
The judge refused to nominate Mayorga's brother as her guardian, at least for now. Dorsey also said that some disputes can be resolved outside the courts. "The court must decide whether Mayorga lacks the mental capacity to agree to a settlement agreement," Dorsey wrote. The judge said that if Mayorga is suitable to sign the agreement, she must keep it confidential and an arbitrator secretly decides whether the contract is legal and valid.