Cristiano Ronaldo's rape accuser says she can't track down the soccer star to physically serve him with a summons and complaint and is now pleading with the judge for permission to publish the legal papers in international newspapers to get his attention, according to court documents.
DailyMail.com has exclusively obtained the court papers in Kathryn Mayorga's rape lawsuit against Ronaldo in which her lawyers lay out multiple attempts to reach the Juventus forward over the last four months at his Italian home or his soccer club in Italy to no avail.
The Italian process server hired by Mayorga's team to serve the 34-year-old in person claims the community are protecting Ronaldo, saying the Juventus players are treated like 'royalty' there, with property records for the soccer star completely 'blacked out.'
The court documents also reveal Mayorga is seeking a 180-day extension and approval from the judge to publish the summons in Italian and American newspapers as a last-ditch effort to get the soccer star's attention.
Cristiano Ronaldo's rape accuser has filed a lawsuit against the soccer star but court documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal her team has been unable to track him down to physically serve him with a complaint and summons
Former school teacher Kathryn Mayorga claims that the Juventus forward raped her in his Las Vegas hotel room in June 2009, pictured in Rain Night Club the year the alleged rape occurred
A lawyer for Mayorga said her client was 'emotionally fragile' and agreed to a hush money payment of $375,000 to keep quiet about the alleged rape
Former teacher Kathryn Mayorga claims that Ronaldo raped her at his Las Vegas hotel room in June 2009.
Mayorga is pictured in 2015 when she worked as a Levendi brand ambassador in Las Vegas. She filed a lawsuit last year in Nevada state court seeking to void the agreement she signed with Ronaldo
The father-of-four has emphatically denied all claims.
The latest documents show that none of Ronaldo's lawyers have provided his home address to the process server, despite repeated requests.
According to the documents, in September 2018 a process server hired by Mayorga contacted two of Ronaldo's lawyers in Nevada. Both said they were not authorized to accept services on behalf of the soccer player and that Ronaldo 'expected service to comply with international law.'
'In short, the defendant [Ronaldo] will not voluntarily submit to the jurisdiction of this court,' records show.
In October 2018, Mayorga hired a process server in Italy to locate and confirm Ronaldo's home adders to serve the summons and complaint in person.
From November 14, 2018 to February 1, 2019, the process server attempted to reach Ronaldo at both his home and his soccer club.
Court documents say: 'Records go blank when he searches anything for Ronaldo and when it comes to the community, property records have been blacked out or it is as if they do not exist.'
They were able to track down Ronaldo's private community in Turin, Italy, but not his exact address where he is believed to live with his children and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez.
When the process server