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SHOCKING! Court Argentina Orders That Diego Maradona’s Corpse Must Be Removed From The Grave Because Of A Crime He Committed

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According to a report, the body of late soccer great Diego Maradona “must be conserved” in case his DNA is needed in a paternity case, an Argentine court ruled on Wednesday.

The Argentine legend died of a heart attack last month and was buried on Nov. 26 in a cemetery just outside Buenos Aires.

While Maradona’s lawyer had previously told Reuters that DNA samples already exist, the court said the former Boca Juniors and Napoli player’s body must not be cremated at some later date.

Five recognized children and six with filiation requests are part of a complex inheritance process in Argentina.

One of the six, Magali Gil, 25, says she found out two years ago that the soccer icon was her biological father.

The ruling from the National Court of First Instance in Civil Matters No. 56 also said: “Ms. Gil requests that a study be carried out … and that for this purpose the acting prosecutor’s office send a DNA sample.”

Maradona recognized four children in Argentina and one in Italy, which he had during his time as a player in the country.

HE DIED VERY POOR New Revelations Show How Diego Maradona Squandered His Money & Died Without Any Money In His Account

When Diego Maradona died two weeks, the belief of many that he passed away as a man of fortunes. Though, the Argentinian legend accumulated so much wealth during his playing career, however, new revelations show that Maradona actually died a poor man.

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It is reported that Maradona squandered much of his vast fortune through a combination of a life of excess and having his money ‘stolen’ by people who took advantage of his remarkable generosity, according to a report in the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera.

The Argentina legend, who was arguably the greatest footballer in history, raked in huge sums through contracts with brands such as Puma, as well as £15million per year through being honorary president of Dynamo Brest in Belarus and coaching stints in the Middle East, yet had less than £75,000 in his bank accounts, the report claims.

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