Maria Victoria Henao Biography
One of the gorgeous ladies, Maria Victoria Henao gained wide recognization as the wife of a Colombian drug lord and narcoterrorist, Pablo Escobar. Henao was married to her husband Escobar for seventeen years before her husband was shot dead by police in 1993.
As of 2019, Maria Victoria Henao’s net worth is still under review yet. Meanwhile, her husband, Pablo Escobar had a net worth of $30 billion (equivalent to $50 million in 2019). The weirdly beautiful criminal couple also had two children a son, Sebastián Marroquín, and a daughter, Manuela Escobar. To know about Pablo Escobar’s wife bio, wiki, net worth, salary, and married life!
Maria Victoria Henao Net worth, Salary, Income, Earning
Because of her low profile on the public, there are no records where Maria Victoria Henao worked. There are no details of her career so her net worth is not being revealed yet.
On the other hand, Maria’s late husband Escobar had an estimated net worth of $30 billion in the early 90s which is equivalent to more than $50 million in 2019 and was one of the richest men in the world.
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Furthermore, her husband had created and bought several residences and safe houses featuring a sculpture park, and a complete zoo with different animals. Moreover, he also owned a house in his own name in Miami Beach, Florida in the US.
Maria Victoria Henao Married, Dating, Boyfriend, Affairs
Maria Victoria is now 58 years old. She was married to boyfriend, Pablo Escobar. Henao met her late husband Escobar in 1994 through her brother Carlos. At that time, she was just 13 years old.
CAPTION: Late Pablo Escobar with his wife Maria Victoria Henao
In 1976, the opposition forced the couple to elope. So, the couple tied the knot in March 1976. Henao was just 15 years old when she got married and Escobar was 27 years old. The couple had 11 years difference. They welcomed their son Sebastian Marroquín in 1977 and a daughter Manuela Escobar in 1984.
CAPTION: Pablo Escobar with his family
Henao and Escobar spent their successful married life for seventeen years. However, on 2nd December 1993, her husband Escobar was shut down by the National Colombian Police. After the death of her husband, Henao faced several controversies and difficulties and also got arrested.
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Henao even lived as a refugee for several years. Later, Henao changed her identity to Maria Isabel Santos Caballero and migrated to Argentina where she currently resides in Buenos Aires apartment.
Maria’s Husband’s Mistress, Virginia Vallejo García
Besides marrying Maria, Pablo also had a mistress, Virginia Vallejo García who is a Colombian writer and journalist. In her 2007 memoir Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar, she spoke about her affair with the drug lord, which went on between 1983 to 1987. She came from a wealthy family and was a socialite.
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Presently, Virginia is in exile in the United States after testifying against Alberto Santofimio, a former Justice Minister in Colombia. The case alleged Alberto had conspired with Pablo to take out Luis Carlos Galan, a presidential candidate who was murdered in August of 1989.
Maria Victoria Henao Early life and Career
Maria Victoria Henao was born in 1961 in Colombia. Heano grew up along with her siblings Carlos Mario Henao Vallejo and Pastora Henao Bayen. Henao’s older brother Carlos worked along with Escobar. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds a Columbian nationality.
Maria Henao Career and Husband’s Career
As we clearly know, Maria Victoria Henao has gained wide popularity for being the wife of a drug lord, Pablo Escobar. So, there are no pieces of information about her jobs in which she was involved.
However, her husband was one of the greatest drug lord and narcoterrorist. Her husband, Escobar began his criminal activities by stealing vehicles. Moreover, he also used to sell contraband cigarettes and further did some other illegal works.
And later, Escobar began other illegal works like kidnapping, marketing of drug and much more. However, Escobar was shut down by the Colombian National Police in 1993, while he was celebrating his 44th birthday. Further, there is an American crime drama web series called Narcos, where Wagner Moura plays the character of Pablo Escobar.