Ronaldinho says illegal Paraguayan passport 'totally surprised' him
Former Brazil international Ronaldinho สมัครสมาชิกfun88 has finally broken his silence following his release from prison and says he was shocked to discover the Paraguayan passports delivered to his home were false and illegal.
The two-time FIFA world player of the year was arrested on March 6 along with his brother and business manager Roberto Assis after they tried to enter Paraguay with the fake documents.
They were held in jail for 32 days before being released on April 7 after paying $1.6 million (£1.3m) in bail.
Speaking from the hotel where they are สมัครเล่นเกมยิงปลา both now staying, Ronaldinho said he and his brother have worked closely with authorities to resolve their problem.
"We were totally surprised to find out the documents were not legal," he said in an interview with Asuncion newspaper ABC Color.
"Our intention ever since has วิธีเล่นไฮโลออนไลน์บนมือถือ been to collaborate with judicial authorities to clear up the facts and we have been doing that since the beginning. From then until today we have explained everything and done everything officials have asked of us."
The former Gremio, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan striker, who was pictured playing football while in prison on the outskirts of Asuncion, praised fellow inmates and officials for making his stay behind bars easier.
"It was a real blow, I never เว็บหนังออนไลน์ดีที่สุด imagined that I would go through something like this," he said. "All my life I have tried to be as professional as possible and bring joy to people with my football."
"Everyone I had the opportunity to get to know in prison welcomed me: the part of my life that was playing football, signing autographs, taking photos, there was no reason not to keep doing that, especially with people who were going through a difficult time like myself.
"We hope that (the Paraguayan justice system) can use and confirm all that we have given them about our position and that we can get out of this situation as soon as possible."
The brothers' lawyer has called their detention "arbitrary, abusive and illegal."