María Jiménez’s inheritance and the money she lost after her divorce: “Pepe Sancho took everything”

The personal life of Maria Jimenez was sadly marked by the death of her daughter in a traffic accident Dew, when the young woman was only 17 years old. The mistreatment that she reported Pepe Sancho They later marked the hell of their marriage. They married in 1980 after eight months of dating, divorced in 1984 and remarried in 1987. The second part of their marriage lasted until 2002.

The Sevillian singer owned the house in Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz) that she acquired in 1990 during her marriage to the actor. She lived there until lung cancer took her this Thursday, September 7. It was her large fort of 140 square meters built on a surface area of ​​3,300. Every corner of the house reflected her overwhelming spirit, her indomitable personality and all the power that characterized her.

When she acquired it during her marriage to Pepe, the house was put in her name and remained hers after her divorce. The two got married due to separation of property: “I was embarrassed to ask him, but I saw the heavens open when he asked me, because he didn’t work,” the singer confessed in a Deluxe of 2016.

However, in that same interview he assured that Sancho took most of the marriage’s savings when they divorced: “Pepe only left me 4 million pesetas. He took what was in the bank, he took everything.”

Throughout her life, the incomparable artist made a series of real estate investments. Also during her marriage to Sancho she got a penthouse on Madrid’s Gran Vía and also a chalet in the El Bosque urbanization, on the outskirts of the capital. However, she sold them after divorcing the actor, so her only property to this day has been the Cádiz house in Chiclana de la Frontera.

The singer dreamed since she was a child of becoming a flamenco artist. She started cleaning houses until she became the singer she wanted to be. She was brave in publicly denouncing the mistreatment received by Sancho. As a result of that relationship, Alejandro, who always supported his mother. Alejandro has been very honest and respectful with the media since this Thursday, when the funeral chapel was installed in the Seville City Hall. As of this Friday, the artist’s remains rest in the San Fernando cemetery in Seville. His last wish has been fulfilled: that her remains be taken for a ride in a horse-drawn carriage through his beloved neighborhood of Triana before resting forever.