Ronaldinho arrived at Rio de Janeiro's international airport from Paraguay's capital Asuncion on Tuesday.
Ronaldinho spent five months in detention in Paraguay over a forged passport scandal.
The judge stressed that he was not issuing a "definitive dismissal" of the case but rather that Ronaldinho was benefitting from a "conditional suspension of the procedure."
Ronaldinho could be released from jail on August 24 after his detention in Paraguay over a forged passport.
Ronaldinho's lawyers are hoping the former world player of the year will be allowed to go home after more than two months of detention in Paraguay over a forged passport.
Ronaldinho said that his arrest and subsequent house arrest in Paraguay for using a false passport was "a very hard blow".
A judge in Paraguay on Tuesday ordered the release of Brazilian football great Ronaldinho and his brother into house arrest at a hotel in downtown Asuncion.
Lawyers for Brazilian football great Ronaldinho are trying to organize a hearing to get him temporarily released from detention for allegedly entering Paraguay with a fake passport.
Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto, who was detained with him, spent their third night behind bars in Paraguay's capital on Sunday.
Ronaldinho and his brother's lawyer, Adolfo Marin, said he did not understand why they had been arrested.
According to the inspector leading the investigation Gilberto Fleitas, Ronaldinho was given a fake passport by Brazilian businessman Wilmondes Sousa Lira, who has been arrested.
Israeli referee Lilach Asulin booked Brazil football legend Ricardo Kaka for no clear reason and then took a selfie with him in an exhibition match.
Ronaldinho released a song along with Brazilian singer Jorge Vercillo decrying corruption in their country.
The former Brazil and Barcelona superstar Ronaldinho has categorically denied that he is marrying two women at the same time.
Ronaldinho reportedly buys the same presents for both his fiances.
Ronaldinho, a key member of the Brazil side which won the World Cup in 2002, last played in 2015 during a brief stint with Fluminense.
Ronaldinho and Ryan Giggs were in Pakistan on a two-day visit with five other international stars to play in two exhibition matches in Karachi and Lahore organised by the Leisure League.
Pakistani organisers said they hope to promote football, and also signal that security has improved in militancy-plagued Pakistan.