Michael Schumacher's Manager Wants His Health Condition Stay Private After Son Blackmailed

By Charisse Mae Villanueva | Jun 06, 2017 10:44 AM EDT
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(Photo : Paul Gilham/Getty Images) Sabine Kehm has spoken up again to clarify why the public is kept in the dark in terms of Michael Schumacher's health condition.

F1 Legend Michael Schumacher manager keeps the sporting legend's health out of the public's eye. The move is to keep Schumacher and his family out of danger. It is also stated that the decision is for the best interests of the sporting legend.

Despite fans wanting updates about Schumacher's health condition, the sports legend's Manager Sabine Kehn has shielded the family from the public. Schumacher is a very private person and keeping his condition out of the public's eye is said to be best for his interests, as reported by Express. The only update about his condition was released on 2015 after Kehn reported that Schumacher's condition was slowly improving. 

The fact that there will always be people who would use Schumacher's health condition is also present in the risk. A 25-year-old decorator who was only named by the name of "Huseyin B" has threatened the family that he will kill Schumacher's son Mick in an accident if the family will not give €900,000, as reported by Telegraph. It happens to be that Mick was participating in F1 that time. The threat was amateurishly made and the culprit was arrested immediately after giving his bank account number in the demand. 

The Schumacher family also received more than £40,000 for the damages after a German Magazine has falsely reported that Michael Schumacher can "walk" again. The German Magazine "Bunte" made a front page story about the F1 Sports legend, breaching his privacy by making the claim, as stated by Schumacher family. Schumacher's team has denied the rumors, Kehn also called the story "Irresponsible". 

Michael Schumacher has been skiing in French Alps in December 2013 with his then 14-year-old son Mick. In an unfortunate event, Schumacher had an accident that while skiing and he hit his head on a rock. The F1 legend has been in a coma until his rehabilitation in Lausanne Switzerland. He was currently recovering at his home in Germany since 2014. 

 

 

 

 

 

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