Before justice, Kathryn Mayor would ask Cristiano Ronaldo to pay him 64 million euros in compensation, as part of his accusation of rape for facts dating back to June 2009 and on which the American justice is no longer investigating.
A new element in the financial aspect of this case. The Daily Mirror reveals that Kathryn Mayor, the woman who accused Cristiano Ronaldo of rape, is asking the latter for 56 million pounds (around 64 million euros). The British media is relying on documents from the legal proceedings launched by the former model.
Kathryn Mayor would claim 20 million euros for “the pain and suffering suffered”, 20 million euros also for “the pain and suffering to come” and the same sum as exemplary damages (a principle which does not exist). does not exist in French law). Along with other legal costs, the 37-year-old complainant’s total claim is the equivalent of two years of the player’s salary at Juventus (according to known estimates).
She disputes the financial agreement already signed
A financial agreement had yet been concluded between the two parties in 2010. The former model had accepted more than 300,000 euros, in exchange for stopping the proceedings and respecting a confidentiality clause. But she has been contesting the validity of this contract for several years, believing that her mental state at the time did not allow her to sign knowingly.
The case dates back to June 13, 2009. The young woman had contacted the police to denounce a sexual assault in a hotel in Las Vegas, initially without giving the name of the one she accused. After signing the confidential agreement, she finally relaunched the case to American justice.
But during the summer of 2019, the Las Vegas prosecutor had closed the case and removed any risk of trial for Cristiano Ronaldo. This decision was made due to a lack of evidence.