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الجمعة، 2 أغسطس 2019

Cristiano Ronaldo targeted by new investigation in South Korea

Cristiano Ronaldo targeted by new investigation in South Korea
Cristiano Ronaldo targeted by new investigation in South Korea



The Portuguese footballer's move to South Korea has been marked by a controversy that has now landed on the records of the Seoul Metropolitan Police.




If he is - with Lionel Messi - the best player on the planet over a decade, Cristiano Ronaldo is nonetheless a controversial public figure. In particular, the fault lies in some legal difficulties. In 2016 and 2017, the fivefold Ballon d'Or was in the visor of the Spanish tax authorities, after repeated suspicions of tax evasion and after neglecting some tax returns during his long stay at Real Madrid. His name has also been cited in Football Leaks. More recently, it is on another aspect that his surname has been tainted. He faced a rape complaint. The complainant, an American named Kathryn Mayorga, accused him of sexual assault and reported facts dating back to June 2009, in a hotel room in Las Vegas. But it is not finished. In preparation with his team Juventus Turin, the Portuguese are this time covered by a survey of a very different kind.



2,000 South Koreans have filed a class action to denounce any act of purchase based on misleading advertising. What connection with Cristiano Ronaldo? It's simple: he had signed a contract that guaranteed his presence for at least a half-time during the match held on July 26 between the bianconeri and an all-star selection of the South Korean championship, in Seoul. The problem, he did not play a minute. Very recovered from not being able to see the star on the lawn of the Olympic stadium, part of the public decided to bring a lawsuit. And this case is gaining momentum as the Seoul Metropolitan Police has seized the case. She tries to check if CR7 violated the law of the country. Nevertheless, it seems unlikely that the 34-year-old striker will be questioned by the local authorities. For that to happen, Interpol would have to get involved and demand extradition. This is only the case for crimes punishable by more than one year's imprisonment.












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