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Griselda Blanco Net Worth

Griselda Blanco Net Worth is
$2 Billion

Griselda Blanco Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

She was a principal person in the Medelln Cartel as well as the mentor of Pablo Escobar. In 1984, Blanco’s readiness to make use of violence against her Miami competitions, or anyone who displeased her, led her opponents to make continued efforts to kill her. She moved to California to escape the assassination efforts. On 20 February 1985, she was arrested by DEA agents in her house. Held without bond, Blanco was sentenced to over a decade in jail. She continued to run her cocaine company while in jail. By forcing one of her lieutenants, the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office got satisfactory evidence to indict her for three homicides. Before her departure in the year 2012, she was last seen in Bogota Airport in May 2007. In line with the Miami New Times, “Michael’s dad and older siblings were all killed before he reached maturity. His mother was in prison for the majority of his youth and teen years, and he was raised by his maternal grandmother and legal guardians.”

Griselda Blanco Net Worth $20 Million Dollars

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Full NameGriselda Blanco
Net Worth$2 Billion
Date Of BirthFebruary 15, 1943, Cartagena, Colombia)
DiedSeptember 3, 2012, Medellín, Colombia
Place Of BirthCartagena
Height4 ft 11 in (1.52 m)
ProfessionIllegal drug dealer
NationalityColombia
SpouseAlberto Bravo (m. 1970–1975), Carlos Trujillo (m. 1960–1969)
ChildrenUber Trujillo, Dixon Trujillo, Michael Corleone Blanco, Osvaldo Trujillo
ParentsAna Lucía Restrepo
NicknamesLa Dama de la Mafia , The Godmother , The Black Widow , Cocaine Queen of Miami , La Madrina , The Mafia Lady , The Cocaine Godmother
Star SignAquarius
#Fact
1Drug lord in Miami during late 1970s and early 1980s. During that time she controlled most of the cocaine trade in South Florida.
2Is believed to be responsible for over 200 murders, mainly rival drug lords in Miami, and all three of her former husbands.
3Her control of the Miami cocaine trade came to an end in 1985 when she was sentenced to 20 years in prison on drug trafficking charges. She was released on June 6, 2004, and deported back to her native Colombia.

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