Diego Maradona’s physician Leopoldo Luque is underneath investigation for manslaughter after the soccer idol died of a coronary heart assault at his residence, the Argentinean media reported.
The probe was triggered by issues raised by Maradona’s daughters Dalma, Gianinna and Jana over the remedy he obtained for his coronary heart situation at his residence in Tigre, north of Buenos Aires, judicial sources stated.
Maradona died of a coronary heart assault on Wednesday aged 60 and was buried on Thursday on the Jardin de Paz cemetery on the outskirts of the Argentine capital.
“Our investigations are ongoing, we’re speaking to witnesses together with family members” of Maradona, a supply near the San Isidro inquiry stated.
In accordance with Dr Luque, He was “unmanageable”, “He ought to have gone to a rehabilitation centre (after his operation). He didn’t need to, and he didn’t desire a therapeutic companion both”.
“Do you need to know what I’m chargeable for? To have liked him, to have taken care of him, to have extended his life, to have improved it till the top”, declared Dr Luque in a televised press convention, between two sobs.
Dr Luque, 39, noticed himself as “a pal” of Maradona and noticed him “as a father, not a affected person”. He doesn’t know why there was no coronary heart assault defibrillator at his residence in Tigre, and he did point out that he was not his attending doctor.
The Argentine nice died after struggling a cardiac arrest in his residence in Tigre, Argentina.
Maradona was recovering from current mind surgical procedure to take away a blood clot in the beginning of November and was accompanied by his nephew, Johnny Esposito, and a nurse.
In accordance with a report in The Solar, Maradona accomplished his breakfast on Wednesday morning and complained of feeling chilly earlier than telling his nephew that he was going to lie down as he didn’t really feel good.
It’s being claimed that Maradona, earlier than going to mattress, stated: “Me Siento mal” – which interprets in England to “I don’t really feel nicely”.
(With inputs from companies)