- Ronaldinho has been accused of being the cause of Pato's failed marriage with Brito
- The Brazilian legend and Pato were once international and club teammates
- Pato now plays with top Brazilian side Sao Paulo after spells with Chelsea, AC Milan and the likes
Ronaldinho's constant partying lifestyle with Alexandre Pato led to the break up of his first marriage, former wife Sthefany Brito claims.
The former Chelsea and AC Milan star is believed to have lived too much of a party boy lifestyle which affected his career and marriage.
The former AC Milan and Chelsea striker was once considered the next big thing after bursting onto the world stage as a teenager.
It was his drinking and clubbing that ended his first marriage and had been in an on-off engagement with actress and model Brito.
Pato and Brito had an extravagant wedding in 2009 at the five-star Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro after meeting at a photoshoot two years before their marriage.
Pato and Brito in matching white Dolce & Gabbana outfits for their wedding which cost an eye-watering £170,000.
But their union dissolved after Brito claimed her husband's partying lifestyle with his former teammate Ronaldinho was the reason they got separated.
Brito also tried to get Pato arrested after claiming her ex-husband stopped paying maintenance money following their divorce.
The 30-year-old currently plays for Brazilian side Sao Paulo after spending two years in the Chinese Super League.
He last featured for the Selecao in 2013 and has had series of injury problems which has affected the most part of his career.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jurgen Klopp became part of Liverpool's history after helping the club win their first Premier League title in 30 years.
Chelsea's impressive 2-1 victory over their rivals Man City at Stamford Bridge handed the Reds the title seven matches before the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
Several Liverpool stars were spotted in the public watching closely the Chelsea vs Man City game.
Klopp was not left out of the suspense as the former Borussia Dortmund manager shared his experience moments before the end of the game in west London.
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