Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend has backed her man as she shared a video of a family spa day with their kids as the footballer fights rape allegations.
Georgina Rodriguez posted a clip on Instagram Stories last night showing her playfully splashing her daughter while two other youngsters floated in the pool.
The Spanish beauty captioned the clip: “Spa time… Our daughters… our life @cristiana we love you”.
Earlier this week, the 23-year-old shared a picture of herself posing seductively on a private jet.
It comes as branded rape allegations against him as an attempt to destroy a reputation “built on hard work, athleticism and honour”.
The £100million forward issued a blistering statement after saying he “compelled to no longer stand silent” after Kathryn Mayorga accused him of sexually assaulting her.
Accuser Kathryn, 34, says the incident took place at the Palms Casino Resort in June 2009, while Ronaldo, 33, celebrated his big money move to Real Madrid.
The former Manchester United star used a team of fixers – agents, lawyers and private investigators – to thrash out a £287,000 settlement with Ms Mayorga in 2010.
But the teacher now claims she only signed because she was “terrified of retaliation” from the player and her lawyers are now suing Ronaldo.
He says the motivations for signing the resolution “have been twisted to say the least” and labels the accusations as part of an “elaborate and deliberate defamation campaign”.
Meanwhile Mayorga’s lawyers previously told The Sun they are probing three more claims.
Now another woman has reportedly made claims against the Juventus star after a party.
A second accuser said she was “hurt by Ronaldo” and a third is reported to have entered into a non-disclosure agreement with the footballer in 2009.
His girlfriend Georgina seemingly defended him in a statement posted on Instagram in late September.
She told her millions of followers the former Manchester United hero was “always able to transform obstacles” put in his way.
Alongside a photo of her watching a Juventus match in a mini skirt and black heels, she wrote: “Thank you for making us enjoy each game.
“You always transform the obstacles that are put in your way into impulse and strength to show how great you are.”
Rodriguez grew up in Jaca, a city in north eastern Spain and part of the province of Huesca, near the Pyrenees.
She learned dance before changing careers to modelling after studying English in London.