Corriere della Sera reported this week that Milan had fined the former World Player of the Year, a fact Adriano Galliani appeared to confirm when he spoke about dealing with 'in-house matters'.
Ronaldinho has been spotted partying before and after Milan's matches on four occasions this season, even prompting French newspaper L'Equipe to consider him retired as a professional football player.
The former Barcelona star maintained a dignified silence yesterday, but released a statement on his official website this afternoon.
“I was a guest of a Milan hotel, but it's not true that I organised the party and even less truthful are the details reported,” Ronaldinho wrote.
“I have worked a lot in recent months to reach my personal objectives and those of Milan. It seems unjust that very old images come to be used and the fact that I have admitted publicly that I like music to explain a negative result and invent a story about me.
“I am dedicating myself with the utmost commitment to Milan's project and I am working a lot to give the best of myself, even if the results aren't always positive.”