Diego Maradona had liver, kidney and heart disease, but no traces of alcohol or other narcotics were found in his body after his death. That is the outcome of a second autopsy report that appeared on Wednesday.
Maradona died on November 25, a few weeks after his 60th birthday.
After the death of the Argentinian football legend, an investigation was opened into possible negligence by medics treating Maradona. For example, searches were carried out in the home and office of Leopold Luque, the doctor who was believed to be responsible for Maradona’s health.
Argentine media even reported that Luque had been charged after a heart attack turned Maradona fatal. Earlier in the month, the former football player was operated on by Luque.
Personal physician Leopoldo Luque reacts emotionally to all allegations:
No alcohol or drugs at Maradona, but body may be exhumed anyway
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