Mayorga says she previously reached a settlement with Ronaldo's lawyers in 2009, signing a non-disclosure agreement and receiving $375,000.
"What they said today, fake - fake news", the 33-year-old star of the Portuguese national team said in a post that was later deleted.
The Juventus superstar has denied the allegations claiming that the people that accused him only want to promote themselves by using his name. "I'm [a] happy man and all, all good". At that time, Kathryn alleges that Ronaldo turned her over and forcibly sodomized her while she screamed "no" repeatedly.
Mayorga met Ronaldo at the now-closed Rain nightclub, inside the Palms Hotel and Casino on June 13, 2009, the complaint says. Mayorga also revealed the protracted legal process by which she subsequently agreed to settle the claims. Ronaldo had taken her by the arm and insisted she join his friends before convincing her to let him buy her a drink.
Ms. Mayorga alleges she reported the incident to Las Vegas police later that day and went to hospital where evidence of the alleged rape was documented and photographed.
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Leslie Stovall, Ms Mayorga's lawyer, said in a statement on Monday his client wanted to, "obtain justice by holding Cristiano Ronaldo accountable for his conduct". Negotiations left her with "intrusive thoughts, an increased sense of extreme anxiety and fearfulness, complete helplessness and passivity", the lawsuit says.
She has since quit her teaching job and gone into hiding.
According to Der Spiegel, the money that was paid to Mayorga as part of the settlement came from a bank account in the tax haven of British Virgin Islands, registered to a company that had held Ronaldo's earnings from advertising and sponsorship.
Ronaldo has vehemently denied all the allegations.
"He wouldn't let me leave", Mayorga told Der Spiegel.
Mayorga has now launched a lawsuit against the former Manchester United player. In a later interview published by Der Spiegel on Saturday, in which she was identified for the first time, she said that she had followed the online reaction to the original story closely.
Last year, Ronaldo ran afoul of Spanish authorities, who accused him of tax evasion.