Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is not bothered by sexual allegations leveled against himself by multiple women saying that ‘the truth will always come out’. Last month, a woman from Las Vegas accused Ronaldo of sexually assaulting her in 2009, adding that the Portuguese had made a legal settlement to pay $375,000 to keep silent over the issue.Kaitlyn Mayoraga made the claims in September while speaking to German publication Der Spiegel. Mayoraga, who was 25 at that time, said in a letter written during her legal battle that she and Ronaldo met at a nightclub in Las Vegas. From there, the two went to Ronaldo’s penthouse with a couple other friends where Ronaldo sexually assaulted her.Breaking silence over the allegations on Monday, Ronaldo said “I am a happy man. We did the statement two weeks ago, if I’m not wrong. I am glad. Of course, I’m not going to lie in this situation. I’m very happy. My lawyers, they are confident and of course I am, too,” ESPN reported. He added that he was not worried about the allegations and was living a happy life. “I am living a happy life. I have family, four children. I am happy and my focus is on football. For the rest of the matters of my life, I have people to deal with them, so I am happy,” the Portuguese star added.Ronaldo, who is in England for Juventus’ UEFA Champions League group-fixture against his former club Manchester United, praised the club and former coach Alex Ferguson, who the 33-year-old played under during his time at the Old Trafford. Juventus will face United at Old Trafford on Wednesday 12am Pakistan Standard Time (PST).