The Portuguese forward demanded that their association was consensual and, in 2019, a criminal test against him was excused.
With Mayorga later opening a common argument against the footballer, his lawyers then, at that point, expected to get the case tossed out of court by claiming that her lawyer had "many pages of taken correspondence" among Ronaldo and his group, concurring to The Sun.
The reports are accepted to have been hacked from the 36-year-old and his lawyers before being passed to Mayorga's legitimate group.
US Magistrates Judge Daniel Albregts has now apparently agreed with the United player's camp, arriving at a finding that Mayorga's legal advisors had acted improperly when they got hold of the taken reports, and suggesting that the common case be excused therefore.
Ronaldo's legal advisor Peter Christiansen remarked on the finding after an extensive court fight.
it is perceived that Mayorga's lawful delegates currently have 14 days to challenge the court's choice.
Concurring to Sky Sports, Judge Albregts additionally noticed that the court discovered no proof that Ronaldo's lawyers had scared Mayorga or halted law authorization when she initially dropped criminal accusations and consented to a $375 000 (R5.5 million) confidential settlement in August 2010.
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