Recently, Juventus forward and all-time soccer god Cristiano Ronaldo has been under fire after German news outlet Der Spiegel revealed that in 2009, an American woman accused him of raping her in a Las Vegas hotel room.
Responding to those allegation today were the Portuguese superstar's lawyers, stating that they are willing to sue Der Spiegel over its "blatantly illegal" claims.
In the aftermath of the alleged 2009 incident, Ronaldo and the American woman, who has now been identified as 34-year-old Kathryn Moyorga, agreed to a cash settlement of $375,000.
In Der Spiegel's report, evidence is presented via a questionnaire filled out by Ronaldo himself confirming that Moyorga declined to engage in sexual relations with him at his penthouse suite at the Palms Place Hotel.
As to how CR7 is going to be able to refute such a clear verification of what happened that night in Las Vegas, I have no idea.