JUST IN! How Diego Maradona Fell, Hit His Head & Was Abandoned By His Family Few Days Before Death - With More Revelation Over His Death Coming
Dec. 01, 2020
More revelations are beginning to emerge as to the death of Diego Maradona 6 days after his passing away.
According to the Daily Mail, Diego Maradona fell and hit his head a week before his death and was left alone for three days after the accident, it has been claimed.
According to local reports, Maradona bumped his head after he fell inside his house. However, he was reportedly not taken to the hospital or given an MRI scan.
Maradona died of 'acute lung edema and chronic heart failure', according to a preliminary autopsy report, in his sleep at noon while resting at his home in Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina, last Wednesday.
The 60-year-old Argentine football legend was receiving round-the-clock medical care at a house in a gated community where he was recuperating from surgery to remove a clot on his brain in early November.
A lawyer for Gisela Madrid, Maradona's nurse, was quoted by Argentine media as saying: 'Maradona fell on the Wednesday of the week before his death.
'He fell and hit his head, but they didn't take him to the hospital for an MRI or CT scan ...'
Following the fall, Maradona was left alone in his room for three days, lawyer Rodolfo Baquè claimed.
'Maradona was unable to decide anything: after the fall he was left alone for three days in his room, without being seen by anyone and without being helped,' he said.
Mr Baquè added that Maradona had hit the right-hand side of his head, the opposite one from which he had undergone a blood clot operation on November 11.
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On Saturday it emerged Maradona's nurse had admitted she lied about an early-morning check-up.
Initial reports pointed to a 24-year-old nephew who was staying with him at the San Andres home being the last person to see him alive over breakfast the day Diego died.
Maradona was said to have told his relative 'I'm not feeling well' before going back to bed and dying in his sleep before investigators were told he had never got up on Wednesday to eat anything.
Diego's nephew told investigators he last saw him when he went to bed around 11 pm on Tuesday. An uneaten late-night sandwich snack was among the items found in his room by police.
A night-shift nurse told investigators he had seen Maradona 'sleeping and breathing normally in bed' around 6.30am on Wednesday.
A report in the hands of state prosecutors heading a probe into the retired footballer's death, leaked to Argentinian media and signed by a nurse named locally as Dahiana Gisela Madrid who took over around the same time, states: 'At 6.30am I started my shift and the patient was resting.
Diego Maradona's doctor is being probed over medical negligence and police are treating the footballer's death as a possible culpable homicide.
Police raided the home of the personal physician Luque on Sunday and investigators are looking into all the medical staff involved with his care.
Luque was at his home while the search on the outskirts of Buenos Aires took place, while Argentinian TV stations have been broadcasting live images of police entering his clinic.
The searches were ordered after Maradona's daughters Dalma and Giannina gave statements yesterday and questioned whether the medication their father was receiving was appropriate.
Argentinian media are reporting Luque could be questioned as an 'imputado', someone who is under official investigation on suspicion of possible mala praxis or negligence.
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