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Football Star, Ronaldinho loses Mother
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Football Star, Ronaldinho loses Mother

Brazilian football legend, Ronaldinho's mother reportedly passed away after testing positive for Covid-19. Dona Miguelina, aged 71, was hospitalised after testing positive for the virus in December 2020, in their home city of Porto Alegre. Ronaldinho’s former club Atletico Mineiro confirmed her death on Twitter on Sunday, February 21,  with a message of condolence. “It is with great sadness that Clube Atlético Mineiro receives the news of the death of Doña Miguelina, mother of Ronaldinho Gaúcho,” read the club statement. “The Atleticana Family is in mourning and shares the moment of pain with their idol. May God receive you with open arms and comfort the heart of our eternal ace.” Ronaldinho is yet to make an official statement over the repor...
Ronaldinho released from house arrest in luxury hotel after five-month ordeal over fake passport
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Ronaldinho released from house arrest in luxury hotel after five-month ordeal over fake passport

Brazilian football star Ronaldinho has been released from house arrest in Paraguay - ending a five-month ordeal that began when he tried to enter the country with a forged passport. The former Barcelona player and his brother Roberto Assis, who is also his business manager, were initially held for a month in jail before paying $1.6m (£1.2m) bail. They subsequently spent four months under house arrest at a luxury hotel in the capital Asuncion. A judge has ordered the pair to pay a $200,000 (£153,000) fine between them. "The precautionary measure of arrest is lifted, there are no more restrictions placed by Paraguayan justice," Judge Gustavo Amarilla said. Advertisement Ronaldinho, who wore a black T-shirt, hat and mask in court, remained expressionless and with arms crossed ...
Ronaldinho set for August 24 release: judicial sources
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Ronaldinho set for August 24 release: judicial sources

Brazil great Ronaldinho could be freed on August 24 following five months detention in Paraguay over a forged passport, judicial sources told AFP on Monday. The former Barcelona, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain star was detained alongside his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira on March 6, accused of entering Paraguay in possession of false passports. They spent a month behind bars before paying a $1.6 million bail and being released to house arrest at the plush Palmaroga Hotel in the historic centre of the Paraguayan capital Asuncion. Judge Gustavo Amarilla has set a date of August 24 to hear the case against the brothers. Prosecutors have submitted a proposal to the judge that would see Ronaldinho, 40, pay a $90,000 fine "to repair social damage" but be allowed to return home ...
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