Brazil legend, Ronaldinho has been discharged from a high-security prison in Paraguay and put under house capture in the wake of serving 32 days following his phony identification embarrassment.
The previous Barcelona hotshot, who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, has been requested to serve house capture close by his sibling at the extravagance Palmaroga lodging in Asuncion after purportedly paying a £1.3million bond.
Ronaldinho and his sibling Roberto de Assis were imprisoned on March 6 subsequent to entering Paraguay with a phony travel papers
The travel papers found on them were bearing the names of Ronaldinho and Roberto with Paraguayan nationality in spite of having their Brazilian international IDs appropriated in 2018 after conviction in a domain offense.
He told neighborhood experts in a meeting that the record was a blessing from a Brazilian specialist, Wilmondes Sousa Liria, who was likewise imprisoned.
Giving the decision, Judge Gustavo Amarilla stated: “I decided to put them in house arrest because the investigation is now well advanced, differently from the situation one month ago.”
Ronaldinho’s lawyer, Adolfo Marin said the former player had been ‘stupid’ and criticised the courts for not taking into account his mistake.
‘The courts have not taken into account the fact that Ronaldinho didn’t know he was committing a crime, because he didn’t understand he had been given false documents. He is stupid.’
Whenever indicted, Ronaldinho, who likewise played for Paris Saint Germain and AC Milan could go through as long as five years in prison.