Maradona’s doctor tried to forge his signature to gain access to private records

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Argentine media: Maradona doctor tried to forge his signature to gain access to private records Today, Sunday, January 10, 2021 11:07 PM

Argentine media reported that the doctor who treated the legendary soccer player Diego Maradona tried to gain access to the athlete’s medical records by forging his signature, and the media claimed that several documents were found in the home of Doctor Leopoldo Locke.

One of these documents reportedly contained an official request from Maradona to a clinic to provide Locke access to medical records and signed with a signature similar to that of the legendary athlete.

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However, another document with similar content included multiple signatures as if someone were training forging one.

The third document, which was presumably found at the doctor’s home, was a copy of another paper that showed what looked like Maradona’s original signature.

The legendary soccer player died on November 25, 2020 after suffering a heart attack at the age of 60.

Maradona died shortly after successfully undergoing a stroke, but it is unclear whether the health problem was linked to the cause of his death.

Locke, who had brain surgery on the soccer star shortly before his death to remove a blood clot, denied media claims, and the doctor claimed he had a special relationship with Maradona, who described him as the impossible patient who reluctantly worked with doctors.

The legendary athlete passed away at the age of 60 on November 25, 2020, after suffering a heart attack at his home.

The footballer was buried in Bella Vista, Buenos Aires, after a long ceremony during which fans could pay tribute to the legendary sports star. Argentina declared a three-day national mourning following the news of his death.

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