MICHAEL Schumacher’s mother is stealing a law about his condition, a F1 legend’s ex-manager has claimed.
The seven-time universe champion has not been seen given his near-fatal mind repairs in 2013 in France, where he strike his conduct on a stone while skiing.
Since 2014, he has been cared for during his Lake Geneva home by mother Corinna, 50, and children Gina-Marie, 22, and Mick, 20, though really small is famous about his condition.
The star’s former manager Willi Weber believes his mother has refused requests to revisit a F1 star over fears he would exhibit a ‘truth’ about his terrible injuries.
Speaking in German documentary, he said: “I know that Michael has been strike hard, though unfortunately we do not know what swell he makes.
“I’d like to know how he’s doing and shake hands or cadence his face.
She’s substantially fearful that I’ll see right divided what’s going on and make a law public
“But unfortunately, this is deserted by Corinna. She’s substantially fearful that I’ll see right divided what’s going on and make a law public.
“I resolutely trust in Michael’s recovery, given we know he is a fighter.
“If there is a chance, he will use it. That can't be a end. we urge for him and am assured that we will see him again.”
It comes after Corinna paid reverence to her father and thanked him for “doing everything” for her and their kids.
She told a magazine: “When we was 30, we really most wanted to have a equine and Michael went with me to Dubai, where we dictated to buy an Arabian horse.
“He did all for me. we will never forget who we have to thank. That would be my father Michael.”
It is roughly 6 years given Schumacher suffered serious conduct injuries in a low-speed tumble while skiing with his son, Mick, on a Combe de Saulire above Méribel, and he’s not been seen in open since.
Schumacher spent 3 months in a medically-induced coma after a collision and has had years of complete caring during his residence in Gland, a Swiss city on a seaside of Lake Geneva.
His condition now appears to have stabilised and in Jan this year he was taken by helicopter to a family’s holiday home in Mallorca for his 50th birthday.
In Sep he was taken to a Georges-Pompidou in Paris in September, a third time he’s been treated there this year, where he had branch dungeon transfusion to revoke inflammation.
The German seven-time F1 universe champion was treated there by French branch dungeon dilettante Prof Philippe Menasché.
Le Parisien pronounced an worker in a cardiology dialect had told a colleague: “Yes, he is in my department. And we can assure we he is conscious.”