Ronaldos ex gets hymen reconstruction so she can wed new partner as virgin

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The former girlfriend of Brazilian footballer Ronaldo Nazario has reportedly undergone hymen reconstruction surgery so she can get married in a church as a 'virgin'.

Bodybuilder Michele Umezu, 40, said she underwent hymen reconstruction surgery (hymenoplasty) on September 23.

Michele had a fling with the legendary striker in 2004 and she contacted the then-Real Madrid star about their son Alexander when he was eight months old.

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A court took five years to recognise Ronaldo, 46, as the boy's biological father, confirming Alexander, now 17 years old, as his fourth child in total. Michele, who is currently single, said she now hopes to meet a man with the same faith and ideals as her.

She told local news site 'Em Off', that she only wants an intimate relationship with someone after a church wedding, but says she is waiting for the right person.

Michele said: "I'm looking for a man with the same purposes and faith as me. I'm not ashamed to say this, because it's what I really want."

Due to using hormone treatments, the bodybuilder said she has experienced an increase in libido, but has been alone for a long time.

Ronaldo, who first met Michele in Tokyo in 2002 when she worked as a waitress and he won the World Cup with Brazil, stated several years later he had undergone a vasectomy, feeling four children was enough for him.

'O Fenomeno' netted 62 times in 98 games for the Brazil national team and is second in the all-time list of top World Cup goalscorers with 15 – one behind Miroslav Klose.

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