"Ronaldinho will be heard at eight in the morning on Thursday at the prosecutor's office," Interior Minister Euclides Acevedo told reporters
Former Brazilian football star Ronaldinho and his brother have been detained in Paraguay after allegedly using fake passports to enter the South American country, authorities said Wednesday.
"Ronaldinho will be heard at eight in the morning on Thursday at the prosecutor's office," Interior Minister Euclides Acevedo told reporters.
Ronaldinho has been arrested in Paraguay for entering the country with a fake passport. His Brazilian passport was seized in 2018 for undertaking some illegal activities. He had only $6.59 in his bank acct; couldn’t pay $2.3m fine.— E (@iamOkon) March 5, 2020
A genius on the pitch but terrible life choices pic.twitter.com/c8JT0GhzfT
Paraguayan police raided the hotel in Asuncion where the 2005 Ballon d'Or winner was staying during a trip promote a book and found the false documents, the minister said.
"We are also investigating the responsibility of the authorities who allowed them to enter the country with falsified documents," Acevedo said.
Ronaldinho arriving in Paraguay like: pic.twitter.com/a1UABFkNoh— Goal (@goal) March 5, 2020
Ronaldinho and his brother had their Brazilian passports withdrawn in November 2018 after failing to pay a $2.3 million fine for environmental damage incurred during the building of property in Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil.