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Ronaldinho Released From House Arrest In Paraguay

Aug 25, 2020 Stats Perform

Former Barcelona and Brazil star Ronaldinho and his brother, Roberto Assis, were jailed in March after entering Paraguay with fake passports

Ronaldinho Loses Appeal For Release From House Arrest

Jul 12, 2020 IANS

Ronaldinho and his older sibling Roberto Assis spent more than a month in prison for allegedly entering Paraguay with fake passports


Ronaldinho Opens Up On House Arrest Following Fake Passport Row

The former Barcelona forward Ronaldinho was arrested, along with his cavalry, in April for entering the country with forged documents

Ronaldinho Over Lionel Messi For Martin Cardetti: He's Touched By God

May 06, 2020 Stats Perform

Lionel Messi is a six-time Ballon d'Or winner but fellow Argentinean Martin Cardetti prefers Ronaldinho


Ronaldinho Barred From Receiving Visitors In Jail

Ronaldinho and his brother, Roberto Assis, have been imprisoned in a Paraguayan jail since March 6 for allegedly using fake passports to enter the South American country

10 March, 2020

Lawyers Push For Ronaldinho's Release Over Fake Passport Scandal

Agencies

Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto were arrested on Friday and held in pre-trial detention in Asuncion for entering Paraguay using forged documents


05 March, 2020

Brazil Football Legend Ronaldinho Held In Paraguay For Allegedly Having Fake Passport

Agencies

Ronaldinho had his Brazilian passport withdrawn in November 2018 after failing to pay a $2.3 million fine for environmental damage incurred during the building of a property in Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil


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