Diego Maradona left behind an audio recording with a message about his son, hours before he died. Confirming he knew he was going to died.
The Argentine football legend recorded a heartbreaking message about his ‘angel’ youngest son hours before dying.
Maradona begged the stepdad of his 7-year-old son Dieguito Fernando to take good care of the little lad in the audio message.
“Look after her and look after my angel, who is incomparable,” The late football legend said in the recording to Mario Baudry – the new boyfriend of his baby mama Veronica Ojeda.
Maradona’s audio recording was made public by Argentinian journalist Luis Ventura on a US chat show.
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A preliminary autopsy report established that Maradona died in his sleep at noon on Wednesday of acute lung edema and chronic heart failure.
The late Argentine football star was receiving round-the-clock medical care at a house in a gated community in Tigre, north of Buenos Aires, where he was recuperating from surgery to remove a clot on his brain in early November.
Argentine prosecutors launched investigations into Maradona’s death after family and lawyer claimed medical negligence.
The prosecutors are now treating Maradona death as possible involuntary manslaughter. Police searched his physician’s home looking for clues.
Maradona’s personal doctor wept as he denied any wrongdoing over the footballing icon’s death. Officials probing claims of medical negligence raided Leopoldo Luque’s home and clinic on Sunday.
“I feel terrible because a friend died. I don’t blame myself for anything. Someone is trying to find a scapegoat here,” said Maradona’s physician after the raid at his home.
Dr Luque visited prosecutors on Monday to volunteer for questioning. Police are investigating whether Maradona’s death at his Buenos Aires home was manslaughter.