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Real Cause Of Maradona's Death Revealed By His Nurse

The death of the football icon, Diego Maradona was really a shock to the whole world, because he was really a big star. He was said to have died after having a cardiac arrest. Recently a news has surfaced the internet that he suffered a head injury after he fell in his house, a week before he died from a heart attack, but was never taken to the hospital. According to a newspaper named La Repubblica, it said that Maradona who had brain surgery was not taken to hospital for a scan, after he fell and hit his head.

According to a lawyer to Maradona nurse said that he fell and hit his head on the ground, seven days before he died. He said after he fell no one took him to the hospital for a scan. This has made Maradona's personal doctor named Leopoldo, to be accused of medical negligence as the police is now investigating the new information that has surfaced.

According to the report, Diego Maradona died alone in his house while he was sleeping, and he died because his heart wasn't strong enough to pump blood to the rest of his body. Maradona's nurse lawyer, said the nurse was fired and she couldn't continue her job. According to the newspaper, the police went to Maradona's personal doctors house and found documents, where 24 hours medical attention was needed for the late Maradona but it wasn't given to him.

The Doctor addressed the issue after he was accused of negligence. He said probably someone is trying to find a scape goat, but the medical team did a lot to save Maradona's life. He also said Maradona was once sent to rehab because of his drug addiction.

Source: Lindaikejiblog.

Pointing accusing fingers at this moment is not good, and no one should be blamed without evidence. Maradona is dead and they should allow him rest in peace.

Do you think Maradona was neglected?

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