The woman accusing soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo of sexual assault has been interviewed twice by law enforcement officers in recent months and plans to cooperate further, her attorney said Wednesday, as the Las Vegas police department has reopened its investigation into the case that centers around one of the sports world's most famous athletes and an alleged assault from Kathryn Mayorga, who has filed a civil lawsuit against Ronaldo alleging that he raped her in a Las Vegas penthouse suite nine years ago, is still in "active therapy" to deal with the emotional impact of the alleged assault, according to her lawyer, but he said she has been "given a lot of courage" by the MeToo movement that has helped her speak out. Ronaldo has denied the allegations, starting in when his lawyers dismissed a story from German magazine Der Spiegel , which first reported on the incident without identifying Mayorga by name. Der Spiegel's report was largely informed by documents it obtained from Football Leaks, an anonymous group similar to WikiLeaks that uncovers and releases private or sensitive documents related to the international soccer world. This week, when attention on the case resurfaced following Der Spiegel's publication of another story that included an on-the-record interview with Mayorga, Ronaldo first issued a vague denial in an Instagram Live post -- referencing "fake news" and saying that people want to "be famous" by leveraging his celebrity -- before he issued a statement on Twitter in which he refuted Mayorga's allegations. My clear conscious [sic] will thereby allow me to await with tranquility the results of any and all investigations.