The Sports Manor website has revealed details of the vast amount of scams and scams Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo was subjected to two years ago by a 53-year-old woman named Maria Silva.

And the Sports Manor website ran a report headlined: “Ronaldo was the victim of a $300,000 scam after being promised luxury vacations and private jets.”

And the site confirmed in its report that Ronaldo suffered a major scam in September 2021 as the 5-time European Champions League winner was swindled out of over $300,000 by a travel agent who called him and promised him private jets and plenty of luxury travel around the world. peace with friends and family. In exchange for the amount of money, he must pay the above part.

And the site continued: “Ronaldo trusted this travel agent and he shared his credit card PIN with her and Cristiano was not the only victim of the scam, as his Portuguese teammate Nani as well as his agent Jorge Mendez were scammed. same scammer.

And he continued: “The scammer contacted many well-known celebrities to offer them luxury trips through the travel agency she worked for, and forced customers to transfer the cost of these trips to her personal account, and not to the company’s bank account. “

“The defendant, 53-year-old Maria Silva, was identified and faced the consequences of her actions shortly after the fraud became widespread and the Porto court sentenced her to four years in prison,” he added.

The site pointed out that the past year has been a difficult one for veteran star Cristiano Ronaldo (38) as the former Real Madrid striker suffered a personal tragedy after losing his little boy waiting for him with partner Georgina Rodriguez which affected his performance 5-time winner of the “Golden Ball” on the field.

The Portuguese star has suffered from declining levels since the start of the season and he was forced to leave Manchester United to join Saudi club Al Nasr in January 2023 in a surprise free transfer deal. .

Source: media

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.

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