11/26/2020 3:57 PM
Updated 11/26/2020 4:02 PM
paralyzed the country and left a wound in all those who idolized the best soccer player of all time.
was one more Maradonian until in 2013 she met him personally and fell in love with the man, becoming her last official partner until December 2018.
All this meant nothing to the Maradona family, who after 4 in the morning would have denied him access to the Casa Rosada to say goodbye to the ex-footballer's body.
"They told me to come at 7 in the morning with all the people," Rocío complained, tears in her eyes.
"They say that Claudia does not want me to come in and she says it has nothing to do with it," she added devastated.
The cry of Rocío Oliva at the door of Casa Rosada.
They did not let her enter Diego Maradona's wake.
Photo: Federico Imas.
"I want to say goodbye. Everyone passes except me," Oliva later commented about access to the area reserved for intimate friends, through which not only Diego's family and friends but also different figures from sports, art and politics entered .
And finally, very angry, he said:.. "It hurts to let me not go, not letting also get you hurt Diego I am the last woman Diego, no one understands, I was the only woman that Diego wanted to
All evil they do, it pays
A few hours later, in
Los Angeles de la Mañana
(El Trece, Monday through Friday at 11.00), they talked about the uncomfortable and unpleasant episode that had Rocío as the protagonist.
And there the different reasons that would have made Oliva finally not be authorized to be part of the intimate farewell that were made to Maradona were considered.
Rocío Oliva and Diego Maradona in a Davis Cup match.
Photo: REUTERS / Marcos Brindicci / File Photo
"This is not the time to fight, but Rocío was asked to see him alive before he died, he was very depressed, he wanted to see her for her 60 years and Rocío said no," said Yanina Latorre.
And then he added: "Many people sadness and depression he had on him. He loved her. I understand that she left him,
but she refused to go see him when they asked
. He needed her and she did not go."
Ángel De Brito, host of the program, also pointed to an attitude that Rocío had after knowing the death of Diego.
More precisely about Rocío's participation that same night in
Polémica en el bar
, a program where she works as a member of the table headed by Mariano Iúdica.
"The relatives were very upset because they said: 'He is crying on television instead of coming first to fire him.' You can miss work. The family billed that," said De Brito, who said he spoke with information "from very good source ".
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