Cristiano Ronaldo is already inside the courts at Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), where he has been summoned to testify under the investigation into his alleged tax fraud.
The Real Madrid player entered the judiciary premises through a side entrance of the court thus avoiding the dozens of journalists who awaited his arrival at the main door.
After the player’s court declaration, he plans to read a statement to the media defending his innocence in this alleged srime.
The text was written by Baker & Mckenzie, the law firm in charge of the defense of the Portuguese star.
Appearing before the examining magistrate, Mónica Gómez Ferrer, the player will only answer questions from his lawyer and not those of the Attorney General or the State Attorney.
Cristiano Ronaldo is therefore not legally bound to tell the truth.
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