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Iranian Embassy Denies Report That Cristiano Ronaldo Was Sentenced To Be Flogged ’99 Lashings’ For ‘Adultery’


The Iranian embassy in Madrid has refuted reports that Cristiano Ronaldo was to be flogged – a 99-lash sentence for adultery.

When traveling with the Saudi team for their AFC Champions League match against Persepolis in Iran last month, the Al-Nassr star met with Iranian painter Fatemeh Hamami, who is devoted to him and is 85% paralyzed.

The artist gave Ronaldo a portrait of himself, and they later posed for a photo with Ronaldo embracing the woman.

As touching a lady who is not your wife is regarded as adultery in the country, Mundo Deportivo reports that a number of attorneys in Iran have filed a criminal complaint regarding the hug.

According to the article, the court system took swift action and gave the 38-year-old man 99 lashes.

The Iranian embassy in Madrid has taken action to dispel these rumors, pointing out that the Iranian government was behind his meeting with the artist.

“We strongly deny the issuance of any sentence against any international athlete in Iran,” a statement read.

“It is of concern that the publication of such ill founded news could cast a shadow over crimes against humanity and war crimes against the oppressed Palestinian nation.

“It should be noted that Cristiano Ronaldo traveled to Iran on September 18 and 19 to play in an official soccer match and was very well received by the people and the authorities.

“His sincere and humane meeting with Fatemeh Hamami was also praised and admired by both the people and the country’s sports authorities.”

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