Biography / Wiki
Manuela Escobar is the only daughter of Pablo Escobar, often referred to as “The King of Cocaine. Her father is the notorious yesteryear Colombian drug lord and narco-terrorist. Since childhood, she has experienced things that one would probably never imagine in the wildest of dreams.
Though her father was the wealthiest criminal in history Manuela is his apple of an eye and he would go to any extent to fulfill even the smallest wishes of his daughter. Her daddy gave all the lavishness of the world in her little hands.
It was traumatic when her father was shot and killed by Colombian National Police when she was just nine years old. After her father’s death things changed and along with her mother and brother she moved to escape reprisals. They had to travel to different places including Brazil, Ecuador, South Africa, and Peru.
Height / Weight / Age
|Date Of Birth
|May 25, 1984
|In Centimeters – 170 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5’7”
|In Kilograms – 60 kg
In Pounds – 132 lbs
According to the sources, Manuela Escobar’s estimated net worth is $1.5 million USD approximately.
Education / Family
Born on May 25, 1984, Manuel Escobar was the youngest child of Pablo Escobar and Maria. She has an elder brother named Juan Pablo Escobar Henao, who is an architect and author. Unlike other children, Manuela led a different life due to which she was homeschooled instead of attending a public school.
Due to her father’s foes, she had spent most of her childhood at home so that her family could ensure her safety. On January 13, 1988, the most disturbing event took place when a murder attempt was made on her father saw a car bomb explosion at their Monaco apartment building. The Colombian drug trafficker, Hélmer Herrera was held responsible for such an attack.
She lived a life like a princess when her father was alive. Her father was a criminal and one of the most dreaded narcoterrorists, but at home, he was a father who would pamper his two children and literally go to any length to carry out their wishes.
Once when his daughter wanted a unicorn as her birthday present, her loving father created a unicorn out of a horse for his daughter. The horse succumbed to infection as a cow’s horn was stapled on the forehead of the horse and wings were attached to its back.
|Maria Victoria Henao
Career / Fashion And Style
After her father’s death, Manuela started her new life as Juana Manuela Marroquin Santos in Argentina with her mother and brother who also adopted new names. It was very disheartening and difficult for the little girl to cope up with the loss of her father as she was so attached to her father.
In Argentina, her mother established herself as a successful real estate entrepreneur. Once her mother started working, she could afford to send her children to school. When things started to normalize, one of her mother’s business associates discovered her mother’s real identity and absconded with her earnings.
For one and a half years the family was put under investigation but the authorities couldn’t find any association of her finances with any illegal activity. After this incident the real identity of her family affected the life of Manuela once again who rolled herself back to the four walls of her home. Currently, not much is known about Manuela’s present life and occupation.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband and More
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|Robert Downey Jr
Some Interesting Facts About Manuela Escobar
- During migration, she changed her name to Juana Manuela Marroquin Santos and since then she has led a quiet and private life away from the limelight.
- In the memory of her father, her brother published a book titled “Pablo Escobar: My Father” in 2014.
- His brother Juan Pablo Escobar Henao changed his name to Sebastián Marroquín.
- To protect his daughter from hypothermia, her father burned stacks of dollar bills worth around $2.0 million.
- After her father’s death, along with her mother and brother she got settled in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on tourist visas and finally settled there as citizens in exile from Colombia.