Maria Victoria Henao was the wife of one of the most famous Colombian drug kingpins named Pablo Escobar who has a whole Netflix show called Narcos based on him. The two fell in love and got married in before she turned 16 while Pablo was around 26 years. They had met when Henao was just 13 years old through her older brother Marios who used to work with Escobar in various small criminal enterprises. The couple stayed married for around 17 years till Escobar died in The two have two children, Juan Pablo who is now known as Sebastian Marroquin and a daughter named Manuela. She stayed with him despite him seeing many other different women on the side. Pablo was killed by the Colombian police forces in December and this led to Maria together with her kids having to live a fugitive lifestyle. They fled Colombia in and had to live as refugees in different countries. She secretly lived in Buenos Aires with the two kids with a fake identity.
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Maria Victoria Henao, the wife of the late drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, once lived a life of luxury and excess. Now she lives a life on the run. Born in and married young, Henao was already a widow by the age of Her marriage to Escobar lasted 17 years, despite his criminal activities, and was by all accounts a happy one. To the world, he was a cold-hearted killer, but to his family, he was just a loving husband and father. His loss left a gaping hole in their lives—and also exposed them to grave danger. She grew up beside her brother, Carlos Mario Henao Vallejo, and sister, Pastora Henao Bayen, and is said to have enjoyed dancing something she still does in her spare time today. In , at only 13 years old, Maria met Pablo Escobar through her brother Carlos, who worked with him. Soon, they fell in love and decided to get married. As a result, the couple was forced to elope, and only a year later, at 16 years old, Maria gave birth to their first child, Juan Pablo Escobar, without the support of her parents and siblings.
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Pablo Escobar was one of the most famous drug lords in history — with plenty of money, power, and drugs to his name. A fascinating man with a legacy people are still talking about until today check out Narcos on Netflix. Pablo came from a very poor and impoverished family and like many young men in the region, became a criminal due to the desperate living conditions. But outside of the two women that have stepped forward journalist Virginia Vallejo in and Griselda Blanco in , no one else has claimed to be his heirs.
But, what ever happened to his loyal wife? Today we learn about the little known Maria Victoria Escobar. A tale with more drama than your favourite mafia movie, read on for this jaw-dropping tale of a good girl gone bad. Maria Victoria Henao now living under the alias of Maria Isabel Santos Caballero was only thirteen when she fell in love with Pablo Escobar, a friend of her brother. With Pablo ten years older than Maria, her parents were not happy when they fell in love and decided to get married, but after two years together, they gave their consent. Born in Columbia in , Maria Henao had no idea that she was marrying the godfather of Columbia when she married Pablo Escobar. Also known as the King of Cocaine, Pablo Escobar was thought to have been behind most of the cocaine that made its way around the world between and , and was the richest criminal the world has ever seen. According to businessinsider. In the beginning, Maria was unaware that her husband was a drug lord and head of the Medellin Cartel. Like many mafia leaders before and after him, he had the support of lots of people in the community and is credited for various community developments during his time in government, although murder rates quickly spun out really of control.