- Ronaldinho was visited in prison by Paraguay legendary striker Nelson Cuevas
- Cuevas revealed that Ronaldinho state of mind was nothing to write home about
- Ronaldinho was imprisoned for allegedly using a fake passport into Paraguay
Ronaldinho is not in a good state of mind in prison despite photos of him smiling, former Paraguay striker Nelson Cuevas claims after taking a selfie with the Brazilian legend.
The 40-year-old visited Ronaldinho in prison after he allegedly used fake passport into the South American nation.
And the former River Plater star admitted that the Brazilian icon is in a shadow of himself despite being kept in a decent part of the prison.
“He is sad. Hopefully, he can get out soon.
“He is just sad because of the situation. His lawyers are handling the rest. I hope he can get out of there soon,” Cuevas said.
Paraguayan Minister of Interior Euclides Acevedo has said that the 2002 World Cup winner cell is almost looking like a hotel.
Cuevas agreed that Ronaldinho had a relatively cushy experience behind bars.
He said: "In comparison to other penitentiaries, yes.
“But it's not what he's used to. The place is big and he was able to play football too. He is with his brother in a room with two beds."
Cuevas, who played for Paraguay in two World Cups from 2002, shared his selfie with Ronaldinho on social media.
And he wrote alongside the image: "I want to give tremendous strength to this genius who made history in world football and say that there are Paraguayans who support him with everything!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tyson Fury is currently being investigated after a farmer named Martin Carefoot was offered £25,000 to lie after the heavyweight boxer failed a doping test in 2015, cited on The Sun.
Fury and his cousin Hughie tested positive to a drug shortly after the Gypsy King defeated Christian Hammer.
But the British fighter claimed the illegal high level of steroid nandrolone found in his system was because he ate an uncastrated wild boar.
Legit.ng also reported that Mike Tyson once called Floyd Mayweather a joker after he said he was better than the great Muhammad Ali, cited on Sport Bible.
The Money Man once claimed he was the greatest fighter that graced the sport, rating himself higher than the likes of Ali and Tyson.
But Tyson has hit back at Mayweather in a brutal manner claiming he was delusional with his comparisons with Ali.
"He's very delusional," 'Iron Mike' explained. "Listen, if he was anywhere near that realm of great as Muhammad Ali, he'd be able to take his kids to school by himself.
"OK, he can't take his kids to school by himself, and he's talking about he's great?
"Greatness is not guarding yourself from the people. 'It's being accepted by the people.
"He can't take his kids alone to school by himself. He's a little scared man. He's a very small, scared man."
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