- Ronadinho's house was raided by Brazilian police after he was declared bankrupt
-The 38-year-old's charity institute was fined for environmental damage by the court
- The former Barcelona star's passport has also been seized by security operatives
Ronaldinho Gaucho's financial status has taken a new turn since he was officially declared bankrupt in a couple of weeks back.
The Brazil legend and his brother have been at large from security operatives amid claims he owes money for fines levied against the player's charity organization.
The ex-Barcelona star's passport was seized last month after state prosecutors discovered he had just £5 left in his bank account.
The 38-year-old's family home has been ransacked and officers from the Brazilian police have seized two of his BMW and a Mercedes Benz.
The act was carried out by the Brazilian Prosecutor of Justice and Defence of the Environment in an attempt to recover funds to meet a fine accrued by his charitable institute he set up.
The Ronaldinho Gaucho institute were fined the Brazilian Public Ministry for environmental damage when the organization was under construction in 2013.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that former Paris Saint Germain and AC Milan forward Ronaldinho will not get any chance to travel out of Brazil until he settles his £1.75m debt.
He flouted government laws by building a house in a restricted area in his home country.
Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has been grounded by Brazil authorities over debt of £1.75 million.