The son of dead Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel designated by a will as his sole heir has started unloading a slew of South Florida properties owned by “El Divo De Juarez” while two of his alleged siblings are fighting in court for their piece of the flamboyant singer’s pie.
Gabriel, whose real name was Alberto Aguilera, died of a heart attack at his house in Santa Monica, Calif., in August 2016.
The singer of Amor Eterno and Querida left $30 million worth of assets, including more than 30 properties in Mexico and several U.S. states as well as a number of children that sometimes varies.
While his biographies usually consider he’s had six, Gabriel claimed in his will he only had four kids.
And since his death at the age of 66, a woman claimed to be No. 7, or No. 5, depending on when they’re counted.
The lack of clarity has led to lawsuits, including one in Broward County filed in Sept. 2016.
That’s where Gabriel’s only heir, Ivan Aguilera, lives.