Darío Sepúlveda was married with Griselda Blanco who was a Colombian drug lord who was prominent in the cocaine-based drug trade and underworld of Miami, Florida, during the 1970s through the early 2000s. On September 3, 2012, aged 69, Blanco was assassinated in Medellín. She had become a pickpocket before she even turned 13. To escape the sexual abuse of her mother’s boyfriend.
Who Was Darío Sepúlveda?
Darío Sepúlveda was third husband of Darío Sepúlveda. Couple together had a son named, Michael Corleone Blanco who bears the same name as the fictional character.
In 1983, Sepúlveda parted ways with her and went back to Colombia, and abducted Michael due to a disagreement between Blanco and him regarding custody. Blanco paid for Sepúlveda’s murder in Colombia, and her son was brought back to her in the United States.
Darío Sepúlveda Death Cause
Darío Sepúlveda shot death in 1983 in Medellin, Colombia. According to the Miami New Times,
“Michael’s father and older siblings were all killed before he reached adulthood. His mother was in prison for most of his childhood and teenage years, and he was raised by his maternal grandmother and legal guardians.”
Who Is Michael Corleone Blanco?
In 2012, Michael Corleone Blanco was put under house arrest after a sentencing on two felony counts of cocaine trafficking and conspiracy to traffic in cocaine. In 2018, he appeared on a episode of the Investigation Discovery documentary series, Evil Lives Here, to recount his lonely childhood.
In 2019, he was featured in the VH1 docuseries Cartel Crew, which follows the descendants of drug lords. He also runs a clothing brand, “Puro Blanco.” His mother became a born-again Christian in her later years, according to Michael.