Diego Maradona's former doctor has revealed the footballing legend tried to commit sucide in the past.
Diego Maradona's doctor dropped a bombshell revealation regarding the footballing legend health.
Maradona, 60, passed away last month after suffering heart attack just weeks after undergoing brain surgery.
But Dr Alfredo Cahe now claims thea the Barcelona and Napoli hero may have stopped eating and taking his medications after falling into depression just before his death.
"This just does not seem like a simple heart attack to me" he told an argentine radio station on Sunday.
Cahe treated Maradona between 1977 and 2007 and admits the footballer tried to commit sucide in Cuba in the past.
He claims in a conversation with Maradona afterwards, he asked him if he wanted to commit sucide, and said Maradona replied: "Maybe someday, what do i know?".
Since Maradona's death, doctors and nurses have been accused of negligence. Police have raided homes of attorneys and friends as they look up to back up those claims.
"Diego was tired" Dr Cahe continued "all of those events for the consequences of sucide. "for me there was negligence, recklessness and inexpirience, all three.
"In clinic, i did not see him with a total monitoring and i did not see him care with a constant and continous nursing plan.
"He was not taken care of properly, he should have remainhospitalized, not in a house tht was not prepared (for him)".
Maradona's final doctor, Dr Luque, have been accused of partial responsibility for Maradona's death since his passing.
"If i am responsiblefor anything when it comes to Diego, it was for loving him, caring for him, improving his life to the end and extending it", he said recently.
Health experts say cocktail of drugs could have put on Maradona's heart before his death.
His heart failure caused a pulmonary edema, according to a recent post-mortem.