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“If they kill me, they are all accomplices”: Gianinna Maradona’s reaction to a jewel of her father that they claim from her and she says she has no

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It is a ring that the ’10’ received as a gift when he was appointed honorary president of the Dinamo Brest club, in Belarus.

After the death of the Argentine soccer idol Diego Maradona, a series of family conflicts arose over the assets he left, now centered on the alleged disappearance of a jewel valued in $ 300,000, as reported by the sports newspaper Olé.

While the dispute over that juicy inheritance is tense day by day, Gianinna Maradona, one of the daughters of the remembered ‘Pelusa’, assured that her life was in danger because they claim the alleged possession of the ring that her father received as a gift in 2018, when it was appointed honorary president of the Dinamo Brest club, in Belarus.

While the ring does not appear, the figure of the lawyer took center stage Mauro Baudry, representative of Diego Fernando, the son that Maradona had with Veronica Ojeda and current partner of the lawyer. According to the lawyer, Gianinna Maradona He was the one who kept the luxurious accessory and accused her of refusing to inventory it to be part of the distribution of the inheritance.

This has been denied by Gianinna, who warned that her life is in danger from this issue. “If they kill me looking for a ring that I do not have, they are all accomplices“Diego’s second daughter wrote on her Twitter account.

“I have the chat of Monona —the ex-footballer’s cook— telling me who he handed it to, and I have the filming of Maxi Camargo —assistant— putting it in the car to one of the daughters“Baudry said in an interview with the América channel. And when asked by journalists, he confirmed that it is Gianinna.

For his part, the lawyer Mauricio D’Alessandro, defender of Maradona’s lawyer, Matías Morla, who arouses suspicions in the Dalma and Gianinna Maradona sisters, questioned the value they attach to the ring of Belarusian origin.

Maradona died at the age of 60 on November 25, 2020, in a house that his family had rented in the private San Andrés neighborhood of Tigre, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Two weeks earlier, he had left the Olivos Clinic, where he underwent neurosurgery for a subdural hematoma in the brain, to continue his recovery at home.

Following the death of the former world champion, an investigation was launched to determine whether there were medical praxis bag, since it is suspected that the death of the former coach of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata could have been prevented. In fact, Dr. Leopoldo Luque, who operated on Diego, is being investigated by alleged wrongful death.



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