Cristiano Ronaldo is undoubtedly one of the biggest celebrities on Earth.
The 33-year-old Portuguese forward recently overtook Selena Gomez as the most-followed person on Instagram.
On the pitch, Ronaldo is settling in nicely in Italy after swapping Real Madrid for Juventus in July.
He's currently Juve's top scorer - netting seven goals in his first 11 Serie A outings - and is hoping to lead his new club to Champions League glory.
However, Ronaldo has been embroiled in off-pitch problems after being accused of rape in the United States.
American model Kathryn Mayorga, 34, recently accused Ronaldo in a 32-page complaint filed with a district court in Nevada.
Ronaldo has publicly denied the allegations, which first surfaced on the Football Leaks website in April 2017.
Football Leaks have released more information, albeit far less damaging, about Ronaldo's private life.
As per Marca, Juve's star man "demands a very strict confidentiality clause from his employees.
"Such is the obsession of the Portuguese to keep his private life secret, that his staff are forbidden to say anything 'up to 70 years after the death of Cristiano Ronaldo or the last of his relatives'."
That should keep Ronaldo's private life private for a very, very long time.
The global superstar starred in Wednesday night's disappointing 2-1 defeat against his former club Manchester United.
Ronaldo scored a magnificent goal and celebrated by showing off his abs - but he was far from happy with the outcome of the result.
He said: "I was happy for the goal but we are a little disappointed because we should have won the game easily, by three or four goals.
"Manchester, they didn't do much, in my opinion. They created two chances, set pieces, I know the English teams they are always looking for the set pieces.
"But we will learn from our mistakes and we are still top of the group so we are good.
"We dominated the match, we had more chances and we could have finished it off.
"Manchester did nothing to deserve the win, it wasn't even lucky because you make your own luck. It was just our present to them."