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Cristiano Ronaldo’s baby mother is a waitress in Los Angeles

by Julia
July 18, 2010 at 1:26 pm

The mother of Cristiano Ronaldo’s son is a waitress in Los Angeles. She was seduced by Cristiano with the words “Me, you, f*** f***.” and whose identity would be revealed by the player to his son when he reaches 18 years, informs The Sunday Mirror newspaper.

Ronaldo had an affair with a young night that gave birth to a baby boy on June 17. Later, he paid her 12 million euros to give up her parental rights and to remain anonymous.

According to the Sunday Mirror, Ronaldo initially tried to draw attention to the young girl with a clear sexual proposal: “Me, you, f*** f***”. Initially, she didn’t understand what he wanted, so Ronaldo drew a heart on a steamed window next to his table and said: “Me, you, kiss.”

“That’s typical Ronni – he pretends his English is terrible when it suits him, and he comes straight to the point. It was just yet another one-night stand and Ronnie assumed he would never see her again”, said a friend of the player .

After she realized she was pregnant, the girl contacted Ronaldo through his agent, Jorge Mendes. Mendes told Ronaldo, and he immediately announced his mother and his sisters.

Together, they established that when the child is born he should do a paternity test and if it’s a positive result, he should support them financially. Subsequently, footballer’s mother, Delores, insisted that the best solution is that Ronaldo’s baby should be raised in Portugal, by her and her daughters.

Dolores believes that her nephew’s mother should have a good financial situation. “It would offend Dolores for the child to find his mother living in poverty. It’s a huge amount of money, but Ronni insists it’s not a big deal because he’s worth £100 million and he’s got the best part of his career ahead of him still”, said the player’s friend.

Despite being voted FIFA Player of the Year in 2009 and moving to Real Madrid from Manchester United for a record-breaking £80million last year, Ronaldo had a poor World Cup in South ­Africa.

Tipped to be one of the mega-stars of the tournament, he scored just once in five games, prompting speculation about his indifferent form.

But his friend insisted: “Ronni said was pleased to become a father, even though he hadn’t planned to have the child. He hasn’t even told his closest friends who the mother is. I had guessed she was a Bunny Girl from Vegas, but she isn’t a well-known party girl or socialite. She had hardly a dime to her name until she was paid by Ronni.”

The baby, born on June 17, is now in Portugal, with his grandmother.

Image source: dailymail.co.uk; tehrantimes.com

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