hours.Spanish model Nereida Gallardo was said to have been brushed aside by security as the Real Madrid star stepped out of the hotspot."But he's my ex-boyfriend!" the Mirror quoted her as saying.
The Real Madrid winger was on a night out with a friend in the Spanish island of Majorca when his ex went to approach him. But the 26-year-old brunette, who was outside smoking a cigarette, was tackled by a security guard as she made a beeline for the 24-year-old sportsman and was promptly whisked away.
The Spanish model, who has had curly hair extensions since their split, protested, saying: 'But he is my ex-boyfriend'.
However, Ronaldo was just not interested and didn't even bat an eyelid. He ignored her and continued walking. It is not the first time he has humiliated the topless model, who is from Majorca.
She repeatedly denied they had split last June, while he was romancing girls in the US and claiming he was now single.
During their relationship, she paraded to Old Trafford in his CR7 earrings and wearing a ring emblazoned with his team number. She even had a tattoo of his initials on her wrist to show her commitment to the Portuguese winger.
But after their split, the snubbed model eventually spilled the beans on their relationship, and revealed he was a vain mummy's boy who waxed his chest. Ronaldo has clearly not forgiven her. He was later seen leaving the club with his male friend, before getting into a waiting car. He was taking a short break on the Spanish island following his team's 2-1 defeat against Juventus in Seville on Friday.
Ronaldo, who has made an £80-million move to Real Madrid from Manchester United, suffered a nasty tackle during the match. In the last few minutes of the Peace Cup semi-final in Seville, Czech defender Zdenek Grygera leapt into a challenge with Ronaldo and planted his studs into the forward's right knee. It was a tackle worthy of a red card and the Portuguese star looked to be in considerable pain, but he returned to the pitch after lengthy treatment. Despite that, Madrid doctors wanted to ensure that there were no underlying problems that could worsen and have run a series of tests to determine that nothing is wrong.