Brazilian court upholds seizure of Ronaldinho's passport

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Brazilian court upholds seizure of Ronaldinho’s passport

A high court in Brazil has upheld the seizure of the passports of World Cup winner Ronaldinho and his brother Assis Moreira

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — A court in Brazil has upheld a decision to seize the passports of former World Cup winner Ronaldinho and his brother Assis Moreira.

A panel of Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday that the former Barcelona star should not be allowed to travel because of an ongoing lawsuit over alleged environmental crimes.

Ronaldinho can still appeal the decision. His passport was seized in November because of unpaid damages of $2.1 million in the case.

The suit is related to the illegal construction of a fishing platform and a berth on the shores of the Guaiba river in his hometown of Porto Alegre in 2015.

Ronaldinho did not have the environmental license to build in the region.

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