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Here’s Why Jorge Rodriguez, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Father-in-law Was Expelled From Spain

After being recently charged with rape, Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to go to court again, not for a case involving him, but to support his father-in-law, Jorge Rodriguez, whose criminal record is well-stocked as the press reports British.
Jorge Rodriguez, the father of Georgina Rodriguez, the companion of Cristiano Ronaldo, spent a decade in prison in Spain, from where he was expelled.
According to the Daily Mail ,  Jorge Rodriguez, Cristiano Ronaldo’s father-in-law,  has spent ten years in prison for drug trafficking. The 69 – year – old man visited three different Spanish prisons from 2003 to 2013 before being expelled from the country and sent back to his native lands in Argentina.

Georgina Rodriguez’s father had been convicted of trafficking cocaine and cannabis resin in several trials. Cocaine trafficking involved circuits between Spain and France. Jorge Rodriguez was trapped by telephone recordings which revealed that he was in contact with a Colombian trafficker.


He was sentenced to 11 years in prison and 120,000 euros in fines in 2003. But that did not stop him from starting again because he found himself involved, a few years later, in a new case. Jorge Rodriguez was found guilty of trafficking cannabis resin in November 2010.

For this time, trips were made between Morocco and Spain. Recognizing the charges against him, Georgina Rodriguez’s father was sentenced to two years in prison instead of four years. Of the thirteen cumulative years, the trafficker finally served ten between the Zuera detention center and several prisons in the province of Alicante and Murcia.

Expelled from Spain, Jorge Rodriguez returned to live in Argentina where he now lives with the hooks of his two daughters, Georgina, 23, and his sister Ivana. Very sick, he would be supported by a loved one.

Source: Skysports


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