Ronaldinho escaped punishment as Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani said no further action would be taken regarding allegations of a three-day party for the Brazilian.
Il Corriere Della Sera claimed the player partied with friends at a luxury hotel just days before the Scudetto showdown against Inter - a game Milan lost 2-0.
Galliani later said the club resolved matters, fuelling rumours Dinho would be docked wages. But it turns out the case is closed.
"I do not fine my players based on what papers have been writing and I will certainly not go to the Lega Calcio to ask for sanctions," Galliani told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Update 14:47CET: Ronaldinho has denied the party allegations on his official website.
A statement reads: "I was a guest at a hotel in Milan, but it's not true that I organised a party, and the news that was reported was less than real."
Milan clash with Bologna on Sunday afternoon at the Renato dall'Ara.