Diego Maradona's accountant’s brother had home raided by police and phone seized

Diego Maradona's accountant’s brother had home raided by police and phone seized

- Diego Maradona died last month throwing football fraternities into mourning

- The former Napoli striker was reported to have died of heart attack in his house

- Brother to his accountant had his house raided by police on investigation

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Investigation into the the shocking death of football great Diego Maradona has taken new dimension as police have raided the house of younger brother to his accountant.

Diego Maradona died in his house on November 25, and there have been series of report surrounding the death of the former Napoli and Barcelona striker.

According to the report on Daily Star, Maximiliano Trimachi is the name of the younger brother of Diego Maradona's accountant and his phone has also been seized.

He is believed to have been working as a chauffeur for one of the psychiatrists that was part of Maradona’s care team Cosachov.

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After undergoing surgery for a blood clot on his brain, Diego Maradona was in his house receiving treatments before the announcement of his death came.

This forced the police to search the house of Cosachov to investigate probably the Argentine legend was badly taken care of.

It also led police to raid the home of Trimachi who had not told police about his presence at the former footballer’s rented house.

Meanwhile, the police are expected to come out later with the outcome of their investigation.

Diego Maradona would forever be remembered in Argentina for the role he played which helped the South American nation to win the 1986 FIFA World Cup.

Maradona also played his last international game against the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the 1994 World Cup in America.

Diego Maradona in action for Argentina
Diego Maradona's accountant’s brother has home raided by police and phone seized. Photo by Popperfoto
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Diego Maradona may have passed on but his memory will linger a long time in the minds of football fans across the globe.

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The 60-year-old died of a suspected heart attack days after he was discharged from the hospital this month.

While he was already recuperating well in his home country, he suffered a setback that caused his death at the end of the day.

Although he has already been buried in a private event, a picture of the legend was spotted on Saturday, November 28 somewhere in the city of Parana.

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