Previous Brazil player Ronaldinho Gaucho, who was captured for having a phony Paraguayan visa, must stay in prison in the South American nation after an appointed authority on Tuesday declined a solicitation for him to be discharged into house capture.
The previous Barcelona forward and his sibling and business chief Roberto Assis were captured last Friday after they were found conveying the bogus Paraguayan archives.
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Brazilians needn’t bother with a visa to enter Paraguay so it was hazy why Ronaldinho Gaucho had the phony archives in his ownership.
The siblings will stay in a most extreme security jail on the edges of Asuncion for up to a half year, or until the examination is finished, judge Gustavo Amarilla said.
“Ronaldinho’s opportunity could prompt a deterrent (of equity) or a getaway,” Amarilla told journalists. “His quality in the nation is vital.”
The siblings offered a $770,000 property as an assurance yet investigator Marcelo Pecchi contended they were a flight chance.
“The examination is just started, we are investigating different behaviors that might be connected,” Pecchi told journalists.
“In the event that these individuals leave right now they won’t have the option to be brought to confront preliminary since Brazil doesn’t remove its own residents.”
Despite the fact that he last played expertly in 2015, Ronaldinho Gaucho is still tremendously mainstream with worldwide football fans and publicists and was welcome to Paraguay by a nearby gambling club proprietor.