A strong response from the mother of the “boy cheerleader” incident to Ronaldo’s invitation

News" British about Kelly saying: "I have nothing to say Lornaldo"Air hostess: "Jake was filming Ronaldo who was limping due to a leg injury. What Ronaldo did is shocking to my son who suffers from autism. My son is a different person and can’t accept and deal with things the same way normal people do".

Kelly downplayed Ronaldo’s apology via Social Media saying: "If he was honest, he would have picked up Jake’s phone, who dropped it on the floor, and simply said I’m sorry".

Commenting on Ronaldo’s apology post, which stated: "I would like to apologize for my outrage, and I would like to invite this fan to watch a game at Old Trafford, as a testament to the importance of sportsmanship and fair play."Kelly said: "What sportsmanship is he talking about? What he did to a 14-year-old boy had nothing to do with sportsmanship".

Kelly explained that her son no longer wanted to sit in the same place where he was assaulted, although he still insists on encouraging Everton.

Kelly concluded her speech by saying that she had been exposed to bully by fans United Those who launched a fierce attack on social media.

Police investigation

Liverpool Police have announced that they have opened an investigation into the assault on Jake, and that they are cooperating with the Everton club’s management to uncover the circumstances.

The police statement said: "We are coordinating with Manchester United and Everton following a report of an assault during the match. The report indicates that a child was assaulted by one of the players after the end of the match".

The statement added: "Investigations are ongoing and officers are currently cooperating with Everton FC for football To review security cameras and conduct extensive investigations with witnesses to determine whether a crime has occurred".

Liverpool police heard the testimonies of witnesses after a video clip of the incident spread on social media.

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Jake Harding’s mother, Sarah Kelly, said Ronaldo’s representative phoned her and invited her and her son to meet the player at Old Trafford, but she refused the Madeira missile request.

And the British “Sky News” network quoted Kelly as saying: “I have nothing to say LornaldoShe added, “Jake was filming Ronaldo who was limping due to a leg injury. What Ronaldo did is shocking to my son who suffers from autism. My son is a different person who can’t accept and deal with things the same way normal people do.”

Kelly downplayed Ronaldo’s apology via Social Media “If he had been honest, he would have picked up Jake’s phone, who had dropped it on the floor, and he would simply have said I’m sorry,” she said.

Commenting on Ronaldo’s apology post, which stated: “I would like to apologize for my anger, and I would like to invite this fan to watch a game at Old Trafford, as evidence of the importance of sportsmanship and fair play,” Kelly said: “What sportsmanship is he talking about. What he did with A 14-year-old boy who had nothing to do with sportsmanship.”

Kelly explained that her son no longer wanted to sit in the same place where he was assaulted, although he still insists on encouraging Everton.

Kelly concluded her speech by saying that she had been exposed to bully by fans United Those who launched a fierce attack on social networking sites.

Police investigation

Liverpool Police have announced that they have opened an investigation into the assault on Jake, and that they are cooperating with the Everton club’s management to uncover the circumstances.

A police statement said: “We are coordinating with Manchester United FC and Everton FC following a report of an incident of assault during the match. The report indicates that a child was assaulted by one of the players after the end of the match.”

The statement added: “Investigations are ongoing and officers are currently cooperating with Everton FC for football To review security cameras and conduct extensive investigations with witnesses to determine whether a crime has occurred.”

Liverpool police heard the testimonies of witnesses after a video clip of the incident spread on social media.

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