Cristiano Ronaldo tells Piers Morgan he ‘trusts only four people in the world’ after rape allegation ordeal

Cristiano Ronaldo tells Piers Morgan he ‘trusts only four people in the world’ after rape allegation ordeal

- in Usa News

CRISTIANO Ronaldo only trusts four people after his rape ordeal left him feeling isolated and embarrassed.

The Juventus striker, 34, was reduced to tears in an emotional interview with Piers Morgan which moved thousands of viewers tonight.

Cristiano Ronaldo, pictured, said he only trusts four people
Ronaldo, left, dressed up in a disguise to sneak into a NYE party in Madrid

He discussed a number of issues which rocked his life in recent years and broke down when watching a never-before-seen interview with his alcoholic dad who died aged 52 in 2005.

The Portuguese star also opened up about the shocking rape claims made by Kathryn Mayorga – allegations which he strenuously denied before the case was dropped by US cops.

But he also revealed what life is like being one of the greatest players on the planet, adding how he can only trust a handful of people.

He told Piers on ITV: “I’m not going to say names, as I don’t think it is fair.

“But I think it is just four persons – just four.

“That is enough. The life I live, you have to expect that.”

The dad-of-four also revealed how he and his friend dressed up as rock stars to sneak into a Madrid club for a New Year’s Eve party.

He showed a picture of him and his pal Ricky wearing a wig and glasses – saying it was “one of the best nights” of his life because he wasn’t recognised.

However, their disguise was ruined when one reveller spotted him and told the whole club who he was.

Ronaldo said: “One New Year’s Eve, I said to my friend Ricky that we have to go out, we have to go to a disco.

“We were out in Madrid in a wig and glasses, I said we are only going to speak English.

“I only spoke to Portuguese only to my friend Ricky when we went to get a drink, but a guy behind me said ‘I know you are Cristiano Ronaldo’.”

Ronaldo was given an Arsenal shirt by avid fan Piers Morgan


The footballer, pictured playing for Portugal, grew up in Madeira[/caption]

The 34-year-old said he wants his son Cristiano Jr to remain humble

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