Mother of Ronaldo baby ‘is a waitress from LA’
Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have seduced penniless girl with the irresistible line: ‘Me, you, fuck fuck’
The mother of Cristiano Ronaldo's baby son is said to be a penniless waitress from Los Angeles – or was until the multimillionaire footballer paid her $15.1 million for her silence and to hand over the child to be brought up by his family in Portugal.
The Sunday Mirror claims the waitress was treated to one of Ronaldo’s irresistible chat-up lines last summer on a trip that would see him hook up with Paris Hilton.
A "friend" described the moment the two lovers met: "Ronni looked the girl in the eye and said extremely directly: 'Me, you, fuck fuck.'"
The woman apparently played hard to get, however, saying: "What?"
Ronaldo, perhaps realising he was being a little bit forward, changed tack. The window by his table was steamed up, so he drew a heart on it with his finger and said, "Me, you, kiss." Ronaldo then reportedly took the waitress back to his hotel room.
The friend explained: "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."
Ronaldo used a Facebook message to announce to the world earlier this month that he was a father, saying it was "with great joy and emotion that I inform I have recently become father [sic] to a baby boy".
After a paternity test, the $15.1m pay-off was negotiated in New York with the help of his best friend and supervised by his mother, Dolores Aveiro. Ronaldo has reportedly said he will not tell the baby, also named Cristiano, the true identity of his mother until he is 18.
The huge pay-off to the waitress is at least partly thanks to Aveiro, who it is claimed does not want the younger Cristiano to see his mother living in poverty should he ever meet her.
"Dolores's view is that if the child eventually decides to make contact with the mother, it is important she is living an affluent lifestyle," says the Sunday Mirror's talkative 'friend'. ·
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