It has been confirmed that Leopoldo Luque, the doctor of Argentine football player Diego Maradona, who passed away last year, copied Maradona’s signature to access his preoperative medical records. It was stated that the signatures were compared by handwriting experts.
Diego Armando Maradona, who was on the agenda throughout his life with his scandals as well as his football, continues to be on the agenda after his death. Finally, it turned out that the claim that his doctor, who was put forward after the death of the legendary football player, imitated the signature of the Argentine legend in the surgery permits, was true.
The prosecutor’s office, which was conducting the investigation, confirmed the ‘false signature’ allegation made after Maradona’s death.
It turned out that Diego Armando Maradona’s doctor Leopoldo Luque imitated the signature of the Argentine legend on his surgery permits.
It was revealed that Leopoldo Luque, the doctor of Argentine football legend Diego Maradona, who passed away last November, copied Maradona’s signature to access his medical records before surgery. In the investigation initiated by the prosecutor’s office of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, against Luque on allegations of ‘forgery in signature’, it was confirmed that the doctor imitated Maradona’s signature. It was noted that the signatures were compared by handwriting experts.
Maradona and doctor Luque
The 39-year-old doctor Luque had previously denied allegations that the footballer’s family abused their position. Luque came across the cameras and said that he was a friend of the football legend and died naturally. After Maradona’s death, the police raided doctor Luque’s clinic and seized documents. Luque was later investigated for “unintentional manslaughter” and “abandonment.”