Ronaldinho appeal has reportedly been turned down in Paraguay and he will remain under house arrest in the North American country.
The Brazilian legend was arrested alongside his brother Roberto de Assis in March over fake documents.
Both were remanded in prison for over 30 days where the Barcelona icon celebrated his 40th birthday.
SunSport reports that the midfielder was said to have been given a presidential suite in a four-star hotel with access to play football.
Ronaldinho and his brother paid £1.3 million to regain partial freedom but still remain under heavy security watch Asuncion.
Meanwhile, the former Paris Saint-Germain star has described his stay as ‘long’ with no end to his problems in sight.
He told Mundo Deportivo in June: “Here at the Palmaroga Hotel we have excellent treatment.
“We have everything well ordered, we are very calm and they do anything to pass time in the most pleasant way possible.
“It has been sixty long days.
“People in their homes must imagine what it must be like not being to do what you are used to.
“I think that is something will remain forever to all us after living this complicated experience.”
Ronaldinho denies any wrongdoing and said in April that he was “totally stunned” when told the documents were thought to be fraudulent.