'Celebrity Big Brother' Star Jasmine Lennard Accuses Cristiano Ronaldo of Abuse

Lawrence Kim
January 10, 2019

Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo threatened to "cut up" the body of "Celebrity Big Brother" contestant Jasmine Lennard if the model ever dated anyone else, she said in a series of tweets Tuesday.

Ten years ago, Jasmine Lennard and Cristiano Ronaldo were in a relationship, but revealed she has been communicating with him for the last 18 months.

Lennard, a fashion model from the United Kingdom who starred in the British spin-off of Celebrity Big Brother, posted about Ronaldo in a series of tweets on Tuesday night.

But Ronaldo, according to court papers filed by Mayorga, apologized to her after the alleged attack, telling her, "Sorry, I'm usually a gentleman". "Mr. Ronaldo will take appropriate legal action in due course".

Lennard, who has since deleted her Twitter, explained to her followers that she was inspired to speak out after watching Lifetime's docu-series Surviving R. Kelly.

Kathryn Mayorga went to cops back in '09 but didn't identify Ronaldo by name out of fear of retaliation.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been asked for a DNA sample as he cooperates with police in Las Vegas over allegations he raped USA woman Kathryn Mayorga in the city in 2009, according to American media reports. I am going to do everything I can to help her. "I have information that I believe will be beneficial to your case and I would like to help you". "We have been communicating pretty much on a daily basis for the a year ago and half and I have messages and recordings that'll be invaluable to Kathryn and her team in showing his true nature and character how unwell he is". People who abuse their positions of power and bully people who don't have the capacity to defend themselves'.

The model said that she has proof of the threats made against her, along with voice recordings to back up her allegations. Still, Lennard doesn't appear to be slowing down, and Ronaldo's legal and moral troubles appear to be spiraling further out of control.

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