Labeled as a 'Property': Controversy Around Georgina Rodriguez's Visa in Saudi Arabia

An alleged photo of Georgina Rodriguez's visa has recently surfaced on the internet, causing a stir on social media due to a controversial label attached to her status.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Labeled as a 'Property': Controversy Around Georgina Rodriguez's Visa in Saudi Arabia

An alleged photo of Georgina Rodriguez's visa has recently surfaced on the internet, causing a stir on social media due to a controversial label attached to her status. The Spanish model and partner of football star, Cristiano Ronaldo, was reportedly referred to as a "slave" and "in the ownership of a football player".

Living Arrangements in Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia are known for having limited independence and autonomy. Georgina and Ronaldo are not officially married, which makes it difficult for them to live together according to the country's laws.

However, it has been reported that the couple has received a special permit from the Saudi government to reside together.

Rumors of Document Forgery

CNN Arabic reached out to the authorities in Saudi Arabia to inquire about the authenticity of the document, but no comment was given.

The news outlet also noted that the document could be fake and without official confirmation, it is impossible to verify the validity of these rumors.

Childhood Struggles

In a recent interview with Telemundo, Georgina opened up about the difficulties her children have faced at school.

She revealed that her children have been subjected to physical violence from other students and have struggled to defend themselves. "At school, there are instances when my children are hit and they don't stand up for themselves.

The other day, one of my children came home crying after being hit and I asked him what was wrong. He told me that a child had hit him and I asked him why he didn't defend himself," Georgina shared. "I tell my children that they need to be able to defend themselves, as they are taught to do so at home."

The Strict Dress Code in Saudi Arabia

The dress code in Saudi Arabia dictates that women must wear loose-fitting clothing that covers their elbows and ankles, as well as traditional attire such as the abaya.

Tight-fitting or see-through clothing is strictly prohibited, with no clear list of banned garments available. "It is recommended that, in public, you wear loose-fitting clothes that cover up to the elbow and below the ankle," explains the Visit Saudi tourism website. Despite this, Rodriguez broke the rule, facing the possibility of a fine for her infraction.

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