Cristiano Ronaldo said on Tuesday his “brightness” irritates individuals, a day after he was tested by a Spanish judge exploring whether he dodged paying a huge number of euros in charges.
“What pesters individuals is my brightness, creepy crawlies just assault lights that shine!!!!” the Portuguese wrote in an Instagram message that got over a million likes inside a hour of being posted.
Ronaldo spent more than a hour and a half on Monday noting the inquiries of researching judge Monica Gomez at a shut entryway hearing in Pozuelo de Alarcon, the well off suburb of Madrid where he lives.
Prosecutors blame the four-time world player for the time of having avoided 14.7 million euros ($17.3 million) in impose.
Ronaldo, 32, has denied any wrongdoing. He told the judge he has dependably documented his expense forms and “never had the expectation of dodging charges”, as per an announcement from his agents.
Spanish every day El Mundo said the player – the world’s most generously compensated competitor as indicated by Forbes magazine – inferred amid his court hearing that he was just being researched as a result of his identity.
“I am here in light of the fact that my name is Cristiano Ronaldo,” the player told the judge, as per the daily paper.
Ronaldo had been required to address the throng of journalists assembled outside of the court after the hearing yet rather his representative Inaki Torres rose up out of the working to report the player “was headed home”, inciting scoffs from the press.