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Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez speculated to face legal issues in Saudi Arabian

Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez speculated to face legal issues in Saudi Arabian

Cristiano Ronaldo has relocated to Saudi Arabia with his children and partner, Georgina Rodriguez, to begin a new chapter in his career at Al Nassr. However, it is illegal for men and women in Saudi Arabia to cohabitate without being married. This has naturally sparked speculation about the couple’s living situation.

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According to SPORT (via Football Espana), two Saudi Arabian lawyers have revealed new details about the situation. According to the legal experts:

“Although the laws still prohibit cohabitation without a marriage contract, the authorities have begun to turn a blind eye and do not persecute anyone. Of course, these laws are used when there is a problem or a crime.”

“The Saudi Arabian authorities, today, do not interfere in this matter [in the case of foreigners], but the law continues to prohibit cohabitation outside of marriage.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to relocate to Saudi Arabia with Rodriguez will raise questions about the legality of their living arrangements. However, the 37-year-celebrity old’s may protect him from any potential legal issues. Some may perceive this leniency as a double standard, with certain rules being strictly enforced for those without wealth or influence. However, the Saudi authorities may still pursue Cristiano Ronaldo’s case as a legal matter, which could force the couple to change their living arrangements.
Regardless of any legal issues, Ronaldo appears to be looking forward to this new chapter in his life with his children and partner. It remains to be seen how his move to Al Nassr will affect him on the field. For the time being.

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Mark Andura

Written by Mark Andura

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