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Pablo Escobar net worth, age, wiki, family, biography and latest updates



Pablo Escobar net worth

Pablo Escobar net worth, age, wiki, family, biography and latest updates.

Pablo Escobar best fits the description of the world’s drug lord king and godfather, and at the time of his death, Pablo Escobar’s net worth was valued at billion of dollars, making him the richest criminal ever to live. Pablo used to earn over $21 billion annually, supplying nearly 80% of all cocaine found in the United States, earning him the moniker “King of Cocaine.”

Pablo Escobar Biography & Profile Summary

Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria is the son of Abel de Jesús Dari Escobar and Hermilda Gaviria, who gave birth to him in 1949 in Colombia. He was one of the seven children of the couple.

His educational background is not well known though it’s reported he briefly went to university but dropped out. Pablo’s career in crime started when he was just a teenager. He could steal gravestones, sell counterfeit university diplomas, steal cars, sell fake lottery tickets, and contraband smugglers.

Celebrated Name:Pablo Escobar
Real Name/Full Name:Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria
Age at the time of death:44 years old
Birth Date:1 December 1949
Date of Death:2 December 1993
Birth Place:Rionegro, Colombia
Height:1.67 m
Weight:75 kg
Sexual Orientation:Straight
Marital Status:Married
Wife/Spouse (Name):Maria Victoria Henao (m. 1976–1993)
Children:Yes (Manuela Escobar, Sebastián Marroquín)
Profession:Colombian drug lord
Net Worth:$30 billion

Pablo Escobar Personal Life

Pablo has been documented to have two relationships, one with the mother of his two kids Maria Victoria Henao and the other woman Griselda Blanco.

Pablo Escobar Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 1 December 1949, Pablo Escobar was 44 years old at the time of his death. His height was 1.67 m tall, and weighed 75 kg.

The aftermath of Pablo Escobar’s death

Pablo Escobar’s death and the subsequent fragmentation of the Medellin Cartel, the cocaine market became dominated by the rival Cali Cartel until the mid-1990s, when its leaders were either killed or captured by the Colombian government.  Virginia Vallejo, a television anchorwoman romantically involved with Escobar from 1983 to 1987, offered Attorney General Mario Iguaran her testimony in the trial against former Senator Alberto Santofimio on 4th July 2006, who was accused of conspiracy in the 1989 assassination of presidential candidate Luis Carlos Galan. Vallejo was taken to the United States on a special flight of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)on 18th July 2008. After Escobar’s death, the government gave the ranch, zoo, and citadel at Hacienda Napoles to low-income families under a law called Extinción de Dominio.

Pablo Escobar Career

Pablo graduated from being a petty criminal who used to kidnap and earn $100,000 to a cocaine distributor. He used to fly planes that smuggled cocaine from Colombia to Panama. He had a fleet of more than 20 planes and more than ten helicopters for the job. He went to the drug business because it was an untapped territory. Each plane per flight would bring home around $500k.

As the demand for cocaine increased in the USA, Escobar and co-founder of cartel Carlos Lehder increased his smuggling routes, such as the Bahamas. It’s estimated that around 70 and 80 tons of cocaine are being shipped monthly to the united states. When he was elected as a member of the Chamber of Representatives of Colombia, his Medellin cartel increased the distribution to countries such as Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, and continents such as Asia and Europe.

Escobar was to be extradited to the united states together with others through a court process. Before that would happen, the Palace of Justice siege conducted by the 19th of April movement murdered half of the judges and burn all files.

Escobar was responsible for killing so many people, and Colombia turned into the world’s murder capital, where police and government officials were murdered daily. He was captured and imprisoned in a luxurious prison known as La Catedral, then shifted after a year to conventional jail, where he escaped in 1992. after 16 months of the escape, Escobar died in 1993 in a shootout, all in a bid to evade being captured by Search Bloc.

Pablo Escobar Awards & Achievements

Escobar might have been a drug lord and a criminal, but to some people in Colombia, he was their saviour. Pablo used to help the poor of Colombia, and he used to build houses for them, build football fields, sponsor children’s football teams, construct houses for them, and even distribute money to them. What Pablo did was play Robin Hood.

Pablo Escobar Net Worth

Pablo Escobar’s net worth was estimated to be $30 billion.

Where did Pablo Escobar money go?

The wealth of Pablo Escobar has been confiscated by the American authorities, including $2 billion in cash stacked in various banks across the world.

How did Pablo Escobar get so rich?

Pablo has moved over $1 billion worth of drugs each month into the United States, making him the richest drug lord ever in history.

Does Pablo Escobar’s wife have money?

Pablo Escobar’s wife has inherited up to $10 million, which helped her to lead a dignified life along with her son.

Is Pablo Escobar’s daughter rich?

The current net worth of Pablo Escobar’s daughter is over $100 million.