Ronaldo slips up picking up transvestites


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Ronaldo slips up picking up transvestites

SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) -- Soccer star Ronaldo has gone into hiding after a run-in with cross-dressing prostitutes that prompted police to investigate whether to charge one with trying to extort money from the striker.

The transvestite Ronaldo accuses of extortion.

The AC Milan player, who is in his native Brazil recovering from a knee surgery, canceled two TV appearances, and local media say he will continue physiotherapy at his home.

Police say Ronaldo committed no crime, but he was accused by one prostitute of using drugs and not wanting to pay.

Authorities say there was no evidence drugs were involved. Prostitution is legal in Brazil.

"He admitted to everything, he wanted to have fun," police inspector Carlos Augusto Nogueira said. "But he committed no crime at all, it was immoral at best."

Ronaldo acknowledged to police he knew they were prostitutes but did not realize they were cross-dressers until getting to a motel Sunday night, when one allegedly tried to extort him to hide the story from the media, according to police.

The AC Milan striker told police he offered to pay the transvestites anyway, but before he left one of them allegedly asked for $30,000 to hide the story from the media.

Nogueira said he believed Ronaldo's version because the transvestite decided to leave the police station even before being fully questioned by authorities.

In a statement to TV Globo, Ronaldo reiterated he was a victim of extortion and denied he has ever used drugs.
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