Diego Maradona’s autopsy test has revealed no presence of alcohol or narcotic drugs in the system of Argentina legend at the time of his death.
Maradona died on Nov. 25 at the age of 60, few weeks after undergoing a brain surgery in a hospital in Buenos Aires.
The preliminary autopsy determined early this month shows that Maradona died in his sleep of acute pulmonary edema, a condition caused by excess fluid in the lungs.
According to ESPN, Toxicology test detected no alcohol or narcotic drugs in his body but the presence of psychotropic drugs used in treatment of anxiety and depression.
It also indicated that Maradona’s kidneys and liver were damaged and his heart weighed almost twice that of a normal heart.
Reacting to the latest reports, Gianinna Maradona, one of Maradona’s daughters, took to social to comment on the autopsy result and said she saw changes in her father’s voice and appearance days prior to his death.
She wrote on Twitter: “All the sons of b—— waiting for my dad’s autopsy to reveal drugs, marijuana and alcohol. I am not a doctor but I saw him very swollen. A robotic voice. It wasn’t his voice…”
Following his death Napoli officially rename home ground Diego Armando Maradona stadium after Argentine club legend.