According to journalist Gil Barrera, the house belonged to late iconic Mexican recording artist Juan Gabriel, but it is in dispute since the property is in the possession of Silvia Urquidi.
The journalist stressed that the criminals who looted the house of “El Divo de Juárez” were arrested.
Estoy en posibilidad de confirmar que fue saqueada en #Torreón una de las casas en litigio de #JuanGabriel y sí pescaron a los 🐭.— Gil BArrera (@GILBArrera) March 14, 2021
Esta residencia pertenece al divo, pero está en litigio por estár en posesión de #SilviaUrquidi.
I am able to confirm that one of the houses in dispute of #JuanGabriel was looted in # Torreón and they did catch the
This residence belongs to the divo, but is in dispute for being in possession of #SilviaUrquidi.
Juan Gabriel, the top star of Mexican song, died on August 28, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
He recorded more than 41 studio albums and participated in 11 films.
It is estimated that he composed more than 1,800 songs and sold more than 100 million records around the world.