Leopoldo Luque, a physician of iconic Argentine footballer Diego
Maradona, was accused of forging the athlete's signatures on some essential documents, Corriere dello Sport reports.
Law enforcement agencies found documents with Maradona's forged signature during a search of the office and home.
The calligraphic examination confirmed falsification.
Information about the forgery was provided to the Prosecutor's Office.
Leopoldo Luque is officially included in the list of suspects in Maradona's death.
60-year-old Maradona died on November 25, 2020, when he underwent rehabilitation after surgery. A heart attack was named as the reason for his death.
Leopoldo Luque first faced charges on November 29 for negligence to his patients.