The Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who died at the age of 66 in Santa Monica, California, owned two properties in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, one of them being the one that gave rise to talk a few hours ago after it was looted by lovers of what unaffiliated.
According Silvia Urquidi, a great friend of the interpreter and who is in charge of the house, some criminals entered the house and took various items of all kinds of value, including the stove of the emblematic property located on Lerdo street.
“They got in to steal, right now they are doing the investigations, I spoke to the State Attorney and now they are helping me investigate. Knowing where they entered, what they took. They disassembled even the kitchen stove. Right now I don’t know what they took because they are picking it up, but right now it’s lying there… They were going to take the guitar, photographs of Alberto,” Urquidi told the media.
Lerdo’s house was very special for Alberto Aguilera, as was the singer’s real name, since it was the place where his mother, victoria valadezworked as a domestic worker.
The building, which opened its doors to the public, in August 2019, with the purpose of showing the artist’s legacy, still retains some of the elements that so characterized the late composer’s residences, such as the walls covered in mahogany and cedar, tall pillars, gold decorations, as well as beautiful lamps.
Currently the house, which is known as Casa Victoria, is managed by Silvia Urquidi, her manager, and is adorned with various paintings and murals with her face. It also stands out for its mysticism, as it has a secret room and hidden safes, where the great Juan Gabriel used to hide part of his fortune.
One of the safes was located inside his bedroom closet, while the other was in the basement area.
In addition to its safe, the basement was notable for having once housed a nightclub and a secret room that was hidden behind a bookshelf.
It is said that this space was occupied by Pancho Villa and different revolutionaries to hide their weapons.
“This house is from the times of the Mexican Revolution, from the times of Pancho Villa. This is where Pancho Villa kept weapons, ”his son Alberto Jr shared with the Univision program ‘Sal y Pimienta’.
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