Widow of Pablo Escobar on "Narcos": "It is irresponsible to present him as a hero" | TV | series

adminJanuary 8, 2019

Mary Victoria Henao, widow of Pablo Escobar, considered "irresponsible" to be presented as one of the most famous drug dealer in the world in the series "narcos"of Netflix.

In an interview offered to "La Vanguardia" in Spain after the release of his book "Pablo Escobar: My Life and My Prison", the woman was critical of this type of production.

"It is a lack of responsibility that these series designs because it is very dangerous for young people (who cannot) distinguish the damage that this story can cause, it is to encourage them to imitate a character that should not be imitated," he.

Mary Victoria Henao She also explained that one of the reasons that led her to write the text was to be willing to see how they loosened her picture in the television series and in some media.

In the sense, Mary Victoria Henao He pointed out that it took 25 years to shape the publication, where he made more than one revelation about his life with one of the most ruthless criminals in the world.

"I waited for the fear (of all that lived next to Pablo Escobar) to go away, but the years passed and the fear did not go away (…) I felt the responsibility of knowing my grandchildren and my children knew my story and mine pain, "he said.

Mary Victoria Henao He also stated that he was guilty of the victims Pablo Escobar, as he now considers a psychopath. "You don't know what it costs me, for my children and my grandchildren, to have to accept it," he said.

On the other hand, Mary Victoria Henao, living in Argentina, revealed that she has been studying and teaching coaching for several years and getting women and men involved in poisonous conditions.

"Sometimes they use years and years to spread if you leave, or you don't leave an abuser or a drug addict. If these people have such a difficult time taking that step, I still don't have the answer to what can be done with live with Pablo Escobar, who was the most powerful man in Latin America. It's not easy, he said.

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