Ronaldinho and his brother arrived in Asunción on March 4 to support with their image a social assistance program for boys and girls in Paraguay. Two days later they were detained because they entered the Asunción International Airport with manipulated Paraguayan passports.. His lawyers assure that they were a gift, given that they were planning to open businesses in Paraguay.Among the accused is Dalia López, the Paraguayan businesswoman who received them at the airport and who is president of the charitable foundation that managed the presence of the brothers in Paraguay. López has been declared in a state of rebellion and with an international arrest warrant since March 18.The businesswoman is indicated by the Prosecutor’s Office as Alleged head of a network dedicated to “facilitating the preparation and use of false identity documents and passports”, with links in state agencies. Ronaldinho celebrated his 40th birthday last March 21 at the Specialized Association, where he has participated in soccer games with other inmates. Ronaldinho Gaúcho has paid $ 1,600,000 as bail to leave prison and carry out house arrest. Judge Gustavo Amarilla finally decided to accept the request of the former soccer player, who must stay in a hotel in downtown Asunción with his brother. In the hotel they will have permanent surveillance and will be in separate roomsTwo police patrols led to Ronaldinho Y Roberto Assis Moreira to hotel Palmaroga, in the popular Palma street, four and a half stars and owned by the Spanish group Barcelona. There they were waiting for the exazulgrana a group of journalists, the only presence in the place for restrictions to the movement of people who rules in the country as prevention to COVID-19.The former Brazilian soccer player, tried in Paraguay for entering the country with a false passport, He completed his first month of preventive detention on Monday in the midst of the health emergency by COVID-19, which has paralyzed almost all judicial activity in the South American country. Ronaldinho and his older brother and business advisor, Roberto Assis Moreira, they were in the Specialized Association, a headquarters of the National Police, in Asunción, which also functions as a prison.