Who really was Pablo Escobar’s wife, Maria Victoria Henao? When and how she died?Pablo Escobar was a drug lord and narcotics terrorist who was killed in a shootout with the Colombian national police in the year 1993. He was married to his wife, Maria Victoria Henao of Columbia. Maria never left Pablo’s side until his unplanned death. Although he engaged I various forms of crime and extramarital affairs she still remained and made gain on his acquired fortune to live a very plush life. Her living standards however were altered by the unplanned death of her husband, Pablo. Maria of Columbian decent had only one brother and a sister.
Knowing Maria much more
Her brother was the means through which she came into contact with Pablo Escobar since he was one of his major side men. At the age of 13 she began her affair with Pablo and two years later, they tied the knot; her at 15 and him at 26. Marriage was lush and enjoyed as her husband was worth $30 billion at the height of his reign in drugs and other related crime. They had just two children in the time of marriage. Life after Pablo’s death was all a mess, running from one country to another just to escape the hands of the law.
Her life internationally
Her husband’s line of business had earned him a worldwide popularity with international police and the USA. Thus, that factor haunted the family he left behind all over the place. Being refused stay by many counties within South America, Maria escaped to an African country with the kids for a while before heading on back to Brazil and finally settling in Argentina upon acquiring a tourist visa. She however had to totally change the identity of her children and herself. She was spotted however by someone and had to endure prison with her son for almost two years. She is still alive but lives a very private life away from the prying eyes of the public.