He told the magazine: "The goal of this lawsuit is to hold Cristiano Ronaldo responsible within a civil court of law for the injuries he has caused Kathryn Mayorga and the consequences of those injuries".
'Thank you for making us enjoy each game.
Ms Mayorga told Der Spiegel she no longer felt bound by the non-disclosure agreement as she still suffers from the consequences of the alleged rape nine years ago.
But the new claim seeks to overturn that settlement, which she says she only signed because she was "terrified of retaliation" from Ronaldo and of "being publicly humiliated by being identified as a victim of sexual assault".
After the incident, he allegedly said, "sorry, I'm usually a gentleman".
As part of the process it is understood his lawyers sent Ronaldo a number of questionnaires asking for his version of what happened.
She claims in the court papers that Ronaldo apologized to her after he raped her, according to the Sun.
The court documents filed on Thursday claim the footballer confirmed the pair had sex but said it was consensual.
In an early draft he is reported to have said: 'She said no and stop several times'.
She has hired new lawyers and on Thursday they filed a civil case at a court in Las Vegas under the allegation of "Intentional Misconduct".
He said: 'No, no, no, no, no.
Cristiano Ronaldo has branded rape claims against him as "fake news", saying that people "want to promote themselves" by using his name. "I am a happy man and all good", the player added, smiling.
But Ronaldo's lawyer Christian Schertz has reacted to the publication, in a release made available to Reuters on Friday night termed the Der Spiegel report "an inadmissible reporting of suspicions in the area of privacy".