Cristiano Ronaldo’s Bugatti Veyron, a supercar owned by Manchester United icon Cristiano Ronaldo, was involved in a severe accident in the Spanish city of Majorca on Monday.
Following the collision, the automobile, which cost roughly $2.1 million, was wrapped in a blue tarpaulin and transported away.
According to Latin Times, Mr Ronaldo’s luxury automobile slammed into the entryway of a rural home and a butane bottle booth.
According to initial accounts, the automobile driver at the time of the accident was an employee of the football superstar, not Mr Ronaldo.
In the residential community of Sa Coma, Bunyola, Palma de Majorca, where Mr Ronaldo is presently spending the holidays with his family, the driver reportedly lost control of the car and slammed into a wall.
The million-dollar supercar’s front end is believed to have been smashed. Investigators have established that no other vehicles were involved in the collision and that the driver was unharmed.
Police traffic services are now investigating the abrupt collision.
This comes after a rape lawsuit against the football legend was dropped by a US district court in Las Vegas, which chastised the legal team behind the case.
According to reports, Judge Jennifer Dorsey dismissed the complaint filed by Nevada resident Kathryn Mayorga. The latter claimed that the Portuguese soccer star raped her in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009.
Ms Mayorga alleged that Mr Ronaldo had given her $375,000 in hush money at the time. Still, she requested a further payment in her case, claiming that her mental trauma prevented her from participating in the mediation process.
However, in a judgement issued earlier this month, the court accused Ms Mayorga’s lawyers of “abuses and brazen circumvention of the legal litigation procedure.” It ruled that, consequently, Ms Mayorga’s lawsuit would be dismissed.