‘Fat man is going to die sh*tting himself’: Maradona’s daughter says she ‘vomited’ after hearing doctors discuss football legend
The recordings, in which Luque is allegedly heard saying that “the fat man is going to die sh*tting himself,” leaked online triggering public uproar.
"I'm on the motorway, it seems he's dead, I bet he's dead, the San Andres neighborhood, you have to go the way we always go," Luque allegedly begins in a voice message while in contact with his colleagues.
"It seems he had a heart attack and he's going to die sh*tting himself, the fatty, no idea what happened, I'm on my way."
Cosachov was in Maradona's house on the day of his death, and was allegedly telling Luque about the Argentine’s football icon’s final moments in the audio messages.
“We entered the room and [he] was cold, cold,” a message said.Also on rt.com Maradona's daughter breaks down in tears as Boca Juniors players give her ovation in touching tribute to late icon (VIDEO)
“With all the circulation marked. We started to do the resuscitation and he recovered his tone a little and, let's say, he recovered a little body temperature. All of that was more or less 10 minutes that we did manual CPR and then the ambulance arrived. Now they are proceeding.”
A disgusted Dalma Maradona wrote on social media: “I just listened to the audios between Luque and the psychiatrist and I vomited. The only thing I ask of God is that justice be done and that all those who have to pay pay."
Luque sos un hdp y ojala se haga justicia pero no ignoremos que la persona que se lo presenta a mi papá,lo contrata y le paga un sueldo es Matías Morla! Yo acabo de escuchar los audios entre Luque y la psiquiatra y vomite!Lo único que le pido a Dios es que se haga justicia! 🙏🏻— Dalma Maradona (@dalmaradona) January 31, 2021
She accused the doctors of poorly treating her father, who died on November 25 after having a heart attack.
The tragedy took place just two weeks after he was released from hospital after undergoing brain surgery.
Local authorities investigating the death of the football icon opened a probe into Maradona’s medical treatment and drugs prescription.