Here's the real reason Maradona's doctor forged his signature before the legend's death

Here's the real reason Maradona's doctor forged his signature before the legend's death

- Leopoldo Luque might have landed himself in trouble after being accused of forging Diego Maradona's signature

- The World Cup winner passed on in November after a suspected heart attack in his country home in Argentina

- The authorities are now investigating the legend's death in a bid to uncover any foul play that may have occurred

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Diego Maradona's personal doctor has been accused of forging the legend's signature just to have access to copies of his medical records.

The authorities confirmed that Leopoldo Luque was nabbed by handwriting experts invited to examine documents seized in a raid on his home and office.

According to SunSport, the prosecutor’s office in Argentina was able to prove that the doctor fabricated the 60-year-old's signature in a request for pre-op records from a clinic in September.

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Diego Maradona in action for Boca Juniors during his reign at the club. Photo by Etsuo Hara.
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Meanwhile, the authorities are already investigating his demise after he was said to have started recuperating well following his discharge from the hospital a few weeks prior to his death.

But the 39-year-old medical practitioner has denied the accusations levied against him, saying the former Napoli and Barcelona superstar was not properly cared for.

Maradona won two Italian League titles with The Parthenopeans during his reign at the club. earlier reported that Diego Maradona’s death is being investigated as a nurse has admitted that the football icon fell and hit his head a week before he died.

Arguably the greatest of all-time, the 60-year-old legend died of cardiovascular arrest on Wednesday, November 25, at his house in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

After officials launched a probe into the circumstances that led to the star’s death, a lawyer to his personal nurse has narrated how the legend fell and hit his head days before he died.

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