The businesswoman related to Ronaldinho’s fake passport speaks through her lawyer

first_imgThe businesswoman involved in the case of the former Brazilian international player Ronaldinho Gaucho, who is under house arrest for entering Paraguay with a false Paraguayan passport, resorted this Thursday to the Justice to litigate in freedom in the cause he faces for falsification of public documents.Dalia López, fugitive and with an arrest warrant from March 7, raised this Thursday through the lawyer Marcos Estigarribia a generic habeas corpus before the criminal guarantees judge Rolando Duarte, judicial sources quoted by local media reported.Businesswoman founded the action “by reason of being in an imminent trance of being deprived” of her “physical freedom”, according to the text of the judicial document.López, who was the president of the charitable foundation to which Ronaldinho was going to lend her image, has not attended any of the judicial summons to which she was summoned. Given this, Justice declared the state rebellious and ordered his search and capture, which was reiterated two days ago by the Prosecutor’s Office to the National Police.López is missing since the arrest a month ago of Ronaldo de Assis Moreira and his brother Roberto, who a week ago were granted a house arrest by a judge, which they are serving at a hotel in downtown Asunción.This alternative measure was granted after the payment of a bond of $ 1.6 million.Both are accused of using false content public documents since March 4 they entered Paraguay through the Asunción International Airport.Ronaldinho had planned to attend the day after the presentation of a social assistance program for Paraguayan children organized by the López Foundation.López’s defense maintained that the businesswoman commissioned an agency private Paraguayan passports for Ronaldinho and his brother and who was unaware that they were manipulated.For their part, Ronaldinho’s lawyers then argued that the two brothers were considering opening businesses in Paraguay and that they interpreted these passports as a kind of gift.last_img read more