Recently, DT, a reporter from the British media “The Athletic” (specially in charge of TA on football sexual assault
content) interviewed Jenny Starling, director of the feminist movement Level Up.
In the interview, the executive also revealed how she feels about football players being accused of sexual assault and other situations.
Starling said: “Football seems to be a business above all else. There is a lot of money involved and at the end of the day, only the financial aspects (for the club) are the most important. The fact is that these things are public, but
It’s really uncomfortable to have such a culture of silence.”
The organization organized a crowdfunding event in September 2021 to fly a banner with the words “Trust Catherine Mayorga”, which coincided with Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United.
Mayorga signed a non-disclosure agreement with Ronaldo for $375,000 (£303,000) after he accused him of raping her at a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.
Ronaldo has denied the allegations, and the investigation by Nevada legal authorities never actually brought charges against Ronaldo.
Starling said: “It’s the fans who are driving this (airplane event), football fans are funding our planes. They are enraged, they have a strong sense of betrayal because the management of their club believes that allowing
The question of whether someone (accused of) violence against women should continue to play football is irrelevant.”