Ronaldinho denied visitors in prison as Paraguay in lock down over coronavirus

Ronaldinho denied visitors in prison as Paraguay in lock down over coronavirus

- Ronaldinho is said to be sad in the Paraguayan Prison

- The former AC Milan playmaker was arrested for allegedly entering the country with a fake passport

- The continued spread of the coronavirus has forced prison officials to deny inmates visitors

Brazilian legend Ronaldinho is being denied visitors as Paraguayan prison authorities enforce lock down of the entire country due to the rampaging coronavirus.

Three people have been killed and fifty-two cases have been confirmed in the South American country as the world now face a common enemy.

More than 25,000 have been reportedly killed by the rampaging epidemic and way over half a million are currently battling for their lives across the globe due to the infection.

According to reports from SunSport, Ronaldinho is now denied visitors as prison authorities enforce lock down as only his lawyer is now allowed to see him.

The prison officials are said to be strict in their compliance in a bid to ensure that the dreaded disease does not reach inmates.

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The 40-year-old is facing six months in prison after he was arrested and charged to court when he made attempt to enter Paraguay with a fake passport and a picture of him in prison has surfaced online.

The former AC Milan and Barcelona star was arrested on Wednesday, March 4, alongside his brother and business manager Roberto, who also entered the South American country with a fake passport.

They were both being held in the same police station in the capital Asuncion, but Ronaldinho and his brother claim they were tricked in using the passports.

He recently celebrated his 40th with a huge BBQ and received messages from fellow World Cup heroes Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos.

His former team-mate Rivaldo has admitted he is "concerned and sad" about the debacle and called the situation a "dark chapter in his beautiful history".

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Former Barcelona star Ronaldinho has now turned his attention to away inside Paraguay prison by learning carpentry, he also teaching inmates football skills.

Presently, the World Cup winner does not know when he will be released from prison after being accused of using fake passport to enter Paraguay with his brother.

As it is now, Ronaldinho could be sent to six months in jail if authorities in charge later come out that he is guilty of what he has been accused of.

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Source: Legit.ng

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