Georgina Rodriguez’s uncle described the fiancée of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo as “the most evil woman”, and claimed that she “forgot her family” since meeting the Portuguese star.
Jesus Hernandez attacked his 27-year-old niece Georgina – whom he helped raise after her father was imprisoned – and revealed that “I only called them once or twice since I got to know Ronaldo.”
He told the British newspaper “The Sun” that “she feels ashamed of us and considers us less than her because we do not live in luxury. I did not ask her for anything.”
Jesus was tasked with “supporting Georgina and her sister” after their father, Jorge, smuggled 100,000 pounds ($135,000) worth of cocaine from Spain, when Georgina was just 4 years old.
“I was responsible for supporting Georgina and her sister, buying them clothes, paying for electricity and water…I did everything for them. Georgina lived with me during her teenage years until the day they brought my brother-in-law back to Argentina,” he said.
He alleged that Georgina refused to tell him where his brother-in-law Jorge was buried after his death 3 years ago.
And Jesus – who lives in poverty and resides in Spain in a two-bedroom house and earns 650 pounds (about 880 dollars) a month – revealed that he left a comment for Ronaldo on his official account on Facebook, in which he wrote, “You have the most evil woman by your side.”
And Jesus isn’t the only one claiming to be angry at Georgina’s alleged behaviour.
According to the British newspaper, her half-sister Patricia Rodriguez said that Georgina refused to ask Cristiano, 36, for an autograph for her son from Ronaldo – whose fortune is estimated at 790 million pounds (more than one billion dollars) – because he was “on vacation”.
The British newspaper reported that her grandmother died of heart failure, before Georgina introduced her to Ronaldo and her 4-year-old daughter, Alana Martina.
This comes days before Georgina, who is expecting twins from Cristiano, is due to launch her own documentary on Netflix, entitled “I am Georgina”.
Netflix promoted Georgina’s movie in several terms, including: “Join Georgina Rodriguez, mother, influencer, businesswoman, and partner of Cristiano Ronaldo… in this film that tells the details of her life.”
Last month, Britain’s Mail on Sunday revealed that at the age of 20, Georgina worked as a nanny in Bristol, England, earning just 125 pounds ($169) a week.
She has since amassed her own fortune of 20 million pounds ($27 million).