Lawyer Matías Edgardo Morla, last proxy of Diego Armando MaradonaIt was summoned to interrogatory statement by a judge investigating the alleged illegal appropriation of the football star’s trademarks through the company Sattvica SA.
According to the resolution of Judge Karina Zucconi, in charge of the National Criminal Court 43, Morla must appear next July 5 accused of having “suppressed or destroyed a document to cause damage”while his brother-in-law Christian Maximiliano Pomargo, the notary public Sandra Verónica Iampolsky, the lawyer Laura Gabriela Marcovecchio and Christian Walter Ferreyra were also summoned for investigation.
According to the magistrate’s decision, Marcovecchio and Ferreyra were summoned on June 28 at 10:00 and 11:30, respectively, while Ferreyra and Pomargo were summoned two days later at the same times. Finally, the lawyer Morla must appear before Judge Zucconi on Tuesday, July 5 at 10.
The case began in March last year, when Dalma and Gianinna filed a criminal complaint against lawyer Morla for the crime of fraud due to fraudulent administration, accusing him of appropriating his father’s brand based on “betrayal, disloyalty, infidelity and abuse of power.”.
The accusation of Maradona’s daughters
The daughters of the soccer star assured that the trademarks “were the exclusive property and ownership” of his father and “therefore, of his legitimate heirsand that after Morla’s management they disappeared or vanished from his heritage.
“It is very likely that Morla, if he deigns to account for these facts, will use documents fraudulently obtained from our father”, assured Dalma and Gianinna, or abusing “some temporary disability that would have prevented him from understanding the meaning or meaning of what made him sign”.
The daughters of El Diez have a tough confrontation with Morlanot only in this case, but also in the one processed by the Justice of San Isidro for the death of Maradona and in a third file in the Justice of La Plata for the alleged appropriation of his property.
The death of 10
Maradona, the greatest figure in the history of world football, died at the age of 60 on November 25, 2020 at noon, in a house in the private neighborhood of San Andrés, in Tigre, where he was undergoing home internment that is under criminal investigation in the justice of San Isidro.
The autopsy determined that he died as a result of “acute pulmonary edema secondary to exacerbated chronic heart failure” and discovered “dilated cardiomyopathy” in his heart.
On April 13, the prosecutors who investigated the death of the former captain of the Argentine team, Patricio Ferrari, Cosme Iribarren and Laura Capra, requested that eight accused health professionals, including neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, go to trial as alleged responsible for a “simple homicide with possible intent”, a crime that provides for 8 to 25 years in prison.