Cristiano Ronaldo's lawyer has claimed that documents in which
These documents were seen and reported on by Der Spiegel last week but Christiansen reaffirmed Ronaldo's innocence and insisted that the documents had been fabricated, in a statement quoted by the Independent.
"By 2015, dozens of entities [including law firms] in different parts of Europe were attacked and their electronic data stolen by a cyber criminal," said Christiansen.
Cristiano & Mandzukic during today's training session. pic.twitter.com/dyafDf5zAO— Forza Juventus (@ForzaJuve2017) October 10, 2018
"This hacker tried to sell such information, and a media outlet irresponsibly ended up publishing some of the stolen documents, significant parts of which were altered and/or completely fabricated.
"Once again, for the avoidance of doubt, Cristiano Ronaldo's position has always been, and continues to be, that what happened in 2009 in Las Vegas was completely consensual."
Christiansen confirmed Mayorga's claim that she had signed a non-disclosure agreement in 2010, but said that this was in no way an admission of guilt.