Prosecutors said they did not believe Ronaldinho took part in the plan to manufacture the fake Paraguayan passport which led to his detention.
Ronaldinho's brother Roberto de Assis Moreira, who likewise had been held for a month in jail and another four months under house arrest in a hotel in Paraguay's capital, was also released.
Ronaldinho to attend hearing after spending six months under arrest in Paraguay for travelling with false documents
Prosecutors do not believe Ronaldinho took part in the plan to manufacture the fake Paraguayan passports. They do think Roberto was aware that the passports were false.
Ronaldinho was detained alongside his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira on 6 March, accused of entering Paraguay in possession of false passports.
After leaving prison in Paraguay earlier this month, former Brazil international Ronaldinho Gaucho has finally broken his silence and said he was shocked to discover the Paraguayan passports delivered to his home were false and illegal.
Retired football star Ronaldinho was released from a high-security jail in Paraguay on Tuesday after more than a month, but was ordered to serve house arrest at a luxury hotel while he's investigated for using a false passport to enter the country.
Former Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho along with his elder brother Roberto were detained at the Asuncion Airport on 4 March for attempting to enter Paraguay on fake passports
Investigators will begin reviewing files and messages on the phones of the former Barcelona and AC Milan player and his brother and business manager Roberto Assis.
Fomer Brazilian international Ronaldinho to remain in jail during trial for carrying false documentation, says Paraguayan court
Ronaldinho and his brother and business manager Roberto Assis were arrested last Friday after they were caught carrying the false Paraguayan documents
Ronaldinho Gaucho is adapting quickly to life in a Paraguayan jail, the head of the facility said, but his lawyers are hopeful he may soon be released into house arrest while the investigation continues.
Retired football star Ronaldinho and his brother are in jail in Paraguay after being accused of entering the country using fake passports
Ronaldinho Gaucho, the former Brazil and Barcelona soccer star being held in a Paraguayan jail for using a falsified passport, is being investigated for additional crimes, the prosecutor leading the case said on Sunday.
Former Brazilian international Ronaldinho Gaucho was ordered to remain in jail in Paraguay on Saturday after a judge ruled him a flight risk.
Former football star Ronaldinho taken in handcuffs to Paraguayan courthouse following arrest for entering country with fake passport
Queiroz had said Ronaldinho, the 2002 World Cup winner and former Barcelona star, was preparing to take a flight back to Rio de Janeiro, where he lives, shortly before the arrests
Former Brazil and Barcelona forward Ronaldinho Gaucho was arrested in Paraguay on Friday for attempting to enter the country with an adulterated passport, Paraguayan police said.
Paraguay frees Ronaldinho in 'fake' passport case after football legend agrees to face alternative punishment
Paraguayan prosecutors will not charge Ronaldinho for possession of an altered passport, but the former Barcelona player has admitted guilt and agreed to face an alternative punishment.
Former Barcelona and Brazil striker Ronaldinho Gaucho is being investigated by Paraguayan authorities after arriving in the country with what police said was a “presumably adulterated Paraguayan passport.”
According to a report, Ronaldinho owes 9.5 million reais ($2.51 million) in unpaid environmental fines after illegally building a pier at his lake house in Porto Alegre.
Brazil superstar Ronaldinho brands news reports that he will marry two women at same time as the 'biggest lie'
Brazilian great Ronaldinho has denied reports that he will marry two women at the same in a ceremony in August this year.
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Four years after the disappointment against France in the World Cup final, in 2002 Ronaldo banished the ghosts from the night of 12 July 1998 to guide Brazil to their fifth title.