‘I Had an Affair with Cristiano Ronaldo While He Was in a Relationship,’ Says Chilean Playmate

Daniella Chavez claims she had an affair with Cristiano Ronaldo before the break-up with Irina Shayk.

Photo: Daniella Chavez/Instagram

Photo: Daniella Chavez/Instagram

The 25-year-old Chilean Playboy model Daniella Chavez claimed to Mexican newspaper Reforma that she got together with soccer legend Cristiano Ronaldo in November last year, while he was still in a relationship with Irina Shayk.

“We had already talked by email and Skype. I had to travel for work and he told me to go for a couple of days. Cristiano was very shy at first, but when he built up his confidence was quite a man, though still a bit fearful. He loved me, but the idea was not to show it. I just wanted to fulfil a dream and have sex with him. I love his body,” she said.

“I met Cristiano in November 2014 in the United States,” added Chavez.

Besides, she revealed what drew Ronaldo to her in the first place:

“(Cristiano liked) my face, my breasts and the fact that he had never slept with a playmate.”

Chavez is not the only model to boast of having an affair with Ronaldo. Not long ago Brazilian model Andressa Urach also claimed she had an affair with the soccer player.

In January 2015 Christiano Ronaldo broke up with a 29-year-old Victoria Secret model Irina Shayk after dating with her for five years.

Not long ago it leaked out that Cristiano Ronaldo is dating a 24-year-old Italian model and actress Alessia Tedeschi.

Daniella Chavez recently claimed that she gave her boyfriend a threesome because she didn’t know what present to get him for his birthday.

“It was the birthday of my favourite guy and I had spent two days around shopping malls to try and find him the perfect gift, but with no luck,” Chavez told the Mexican edition of Playboy.

“A day before his birthday, I asked the help of a female friend working in a commercial centre and she said ‘give him a night of passion, a trio with another girl’,” she added.

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