On December 29, 2023, it will be 10 years since the serious accident suffered by the former F1 driver, Michael Schumacher, while skiing in the French Alps.
Since that day, the health of the seven-time Formula 1 world champion is a secret that only his closest friends and family know.
However, Schumacher’s name has returned to monopolize the front pages of European newspapers, due to a supposed “exclusive interview”, the first since the shock that the world of motorsport experienced in 2013.
The German magazine Die Aktuelle published on its cover that he had managed to talk with the former Ferrari driver. “World Sensation” is one of the titles that appear on the cover of the medium.
“No sparse half-sentences and speculation from friends. Your answers! By Michael Schumacher! Here it is: the amazing interview! With redemptive answers to the most burning questions that everyone has been asking for so long,” adds the cover of the magazine.
However, everything is a farce that they announce in the final paragraphs of the interview. In reality, Die Aktuelle has used the Artificial Intelligence application ‘character.ai’, which simulates interviews with celebrities, to sell that Schumacher had woken up from a coma.
The magazine’s action without any kind of modesty or respect towards Schumacher’s relatives has aroused worldwide outrage.