Sister Of Ronaldos WAG Claims Their Dad Kept And Sold Drugs

The sister of Cristiano Ronaldo’s gorgeous WAG Georgina Rodriguez has claimed that life with their father was very hard and that they once saw him packaging drugs to sell on the streets.

Patricia Rodriguez, 33, the half-sister of model Georgina, 28, appeared on the Spanish talk show ‘Salvame Deluxe’ to talk about her family dramas and the type of content that does not appear in the Netflix documentary about the WAG called ‘I Am Georgina’.

Patricia, who shares the same father, Jorge Eduardo Rodriguez, as Georgina, said she lost her mother when she was 11 years old and went to live with her dad and half-sisters Georgina and Ivana.

Georgina Rodriguez with Cristiano Ronaldo (@georginagio/Newsflash)

She said she never felt welcome at the home and that she was sent to a boarding school when her father went to prison.

Patricia said life was hard for the girls and that one time, when she was 14 and ‘Gio’ was seven, they saw their father with a gun and drugs.

She said in the TV interview: “My father kept a gun and used to lock himself in a room in the house. One day, my sisters and I went in and saw him preparing packages.

Georgina Rodriguez. (@georginagio/Newsflash)

“When I asked him what they were, he told me they were food packages for the poor.”

She clarified that they were, in fact, “drug packages”.

Patricia said: “I stopped seeing Gio shortly after our dad went to prison. I stayed with her, her sister and their mother, but shortly afterwards they put me in a boarding school.

Georgina Rodriguez with Cristiano Ronaldo (@georginagio/Newsflash)

“Since then, I’ve barely had any contact with Georgina, and I miss that sisterly relationship.”

She also claimed that her successful half-sister does not want anything to do with her and has never helped her financially despite being aware of her economic problems.

She said: “I don’t know why she does not want anything to do with us. She told me she was going to pay for my children’s school books, but I am still waiting.”