Cristiano Ronaldo (CR7) broke the phone of a 14-year-old autistic boy, and the boy’s mother plans to sue him.
Several months ago, following a 1-0 loss to Everton, Cristiano Ronaldo stormed off the field in a rage. As he was about to enter the locker room tunnel, he allegedly broke a fan’s cell phone by clapping his hands. After the incident, the Portuguese footballer issued a public apology and asked his fan, a 14-year-old lad with autism, to watch a game at Old Trafford, an offer that the fan’s mother, Sarah Kelly, declined. From there, a conflict between the ladies and the five-time Ballon d’Or winner would commence.
According to “Mirror,” the woman described how a man named Sergio, who claimed to be Ronaldo’s assistant, called her the day after the event and invited her to visit the player at Manchester United. She declined, but claims she was asked, “Are you familiar with Ronaldo?” Sarah reported that the same man called her two days later to inform her that Cristiano Ronaldo wished to speak with her in person.
The striker called, but Sarah characterised him as, among other things, “the most arrogant man I’ve ever spoken to.” He inquired whether I was interested in meeting his family. He stated, “I’m not a terrible father.” I answered, ‘I never said you were a horrible father.’ He stated, “My upbringing was horrific, and I lost my father.” The woman explains, “I told him, ‘Everyone has a tearful story, Ronaldo. I lost my father early and I’ve experienced cancer. “
“He kept calling me Jack when he didn’t even know my name. When I told him my name was Sarah, he said, “Oh, Sarah, I’m sorry.”
Also, he never referred to Jacob by name; he was always referred to as “the boy.” “I know the youngster has issues,” Cristiano reportedly told the woman. I informed him, “He does not have a problem; he has a disability; you have the problem.” He apologised but said, “I have not done anything wrong.”
Therefore, hitting my son’s hand and injuring her does not harm anyone. She answered the football player. She said, “He asked me what I wanted from him, and I told him, ‘I don’t want anything from you; the cops are handling it.'”