Via Sports Illustrated.

“I don’t anticipate approaching [Ronaldo] any differently than I would approach anyone else who I meet [in Milan],”  

However, she added: “I do think that a lot of times in today’s climate women have spoken up, and it’s important to support those women. And I think a lot of people right now are questioning who is right and who is wrong. 

“When you look at this story in particular, I think there’s too much evidence to cover up and I think at the end of the day money helps put stories down.

“The charges were dropped, so he can and does continue playing.”

She added: “What he does as a job and him entertaining people on the football field has nothing to do with who he might be as a person or the actions that he may have taken.

“For me, it just kind of taught me that although I’m still going to continue to stay true to what I feel in my heart and speaking up about important issues, it was really difficult to go through people having so much hatred with really understanding the story.”

Sounds like she’s not convinced he’s innocent. . . 

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