Marcelinho Carioca’s apartment in Mooca, São Paulo was recently sold for R$672,000 in order to pay off debts amounting to R$2.4 million in condominium fees. The property, which was originally valued at R$1.3 million, had been part of a legal process that began in 2004 and is still ongoing.

The apartment features three suites, three parking spaces, a total area of 513 m², and a private area of 329 m². It includes amenities such as a pool, a balcony with a barbecue area, suites with flower beds, a master suite with a walk-in closet and balcony, and a covered terrace with double-height ceilings.

In addition to the condominium debt, Marcelinho Carioca also had outstanding fees owed to a hospital, which were settled through a payment plan. According to the agreement between Marcelinho and the hospital, the debt was paid off in two installments: one of R$14,154.31 and another of R$30,000 paid upfront via Pix transfer.

Marcelinho Carioca, also known as “Pé de Anjo” by Corinthians fans, had recently been involved in a controversy where he claimed he was forced to record a video confessing to an affair with a married woman.

Despite the financial setbacks and legal issues, Marcelinho Carioca’s apartment sale serves as a reminder of the importance of financial responsibility and managing debts effectively. It is crucial for individuals, regardless of their status or wealth, to prioritize financial stability and ensure that debts are paid off in a timely manner to avoid legal consequences and financial burdens in the future. By taking proactive steps to address financial obligations, individuals can prevent situations where assets are seized or sold off to cover outstanding debts.