GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ has responded to an attack by her secret stepsister with a withering social media put-down.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning partner faced fresh criticism at the weekend from Patricia Rodriguez, whose convicted drug dealer dad Jorge also fathered Georgina and her sister Ivana.
The 34-year-old claimed on Spanish TV the former shop worker, now a successful model and influencer, has erased her from her life since the death of their Argentinian father in 2019 following a stroke after his prison release.
Patricia, who lives in the eastern Spanish city of Castellon, told popular Telecinco entertainment programme Sabado Deluxe: “Three years ago my father died in Argentina from heart failure and my sister didn’t even pay my air fare to go there knowing I didn’t have money.”
She added: “I’m happy it’s gone well for Georgina but I’d like her to take me into account, to not forget I exist.
“She said for example she was going to help me with my children’s school books and I’m still waiting.”
Georgina, who makes no mention of Patricia on recently-released Netflix docu-series ‘I Am Georgina’, did not reference her stepsister in her put-down.
But the 28-year-old left fans in no doubt about who she was talking about with a long message on Instagram published on Monday which said: “I want to thank my family, that has not let go of my hand since I came into this world.
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“Thanks to my mum and my sister @ivana.rodriguez for accompanying me on this journey in life, because we have always been a little family of three, but this has made us become unconditional and inseparable.
“Thanks mum for instilling in us the values you have, the ones we cannot live without today. Love and respect.”
The pretty brunette, who has been showing off her growing baby bump while on holiday in Dubai with Cristiano as she prepares to give birth to twins, added: “Thanks @cristiano for your humanity, generosity and unconditional support in everything I propose.
“We were walking without looking for each other but knowing we would find each other.”
She ended her message by thanking Netflix and her fans, admitting she could never have imagined ‘I Am Georgina’ could have become one of the streaming service’s top 10 most viewed programmes in a single day.
Patricia’s attack was not the first she has made. But she has stayed silent since first airing her grievances nearly four years ago.
In her previous interview she told how she was looked after by Georgina’s mother Ana Maria after her own mum died when she was 11, before being put in a boarding school because her step-mum “couldn’t look after her.”
Former football coach Jorge Rodriguez was given an 11-year jail sentence for masterminding a failed attempt to smuggle more than £100,000 of cocaine from Spain to France the day before Georgina’s fifth birthday.
He was kicked out of Spain and sent back to his native Argentina after serving his time.
Georgina breaks down in tears in the Netflix show about her rags-to-riches life when she recalls her dad’s death but makes no mention of his drug crimes and prison sentence.
Patricia claimed on Saturday their dad had a double life and was seeing her mum as well as Georgina’s mum at the same time before his incarceration.
She said: “My mother knew about Georgina’s mum and allowed it to happen.”
In a shocking account of her dad preparing drug parcels, Georgina added: “My dad had a pistol and would shut himself inside a room at home.
“One day my sisters and I entered and my dad was preparing some packets and when I asked him what it was he told me they were parcels of food for the poor.”
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