Montealto, the house that was the home of Rocío Jurado in La Moraleja, Madrid, ceased to be the property of the singer’s heirs in February 2008, thus complying with the last will of the artist. In her testament, the chipionera arranged that the chalet should not be passed on to any family member, but rather that it be sold and the money from that sale would be divided into four parts, two for his daughter Rocío Carrasco and two for his children José Fernando and Gloria Camila. At that time, José Fernando and Gloria Camila were minors and the amount received went to a bank account. “Until they are of legal age, they will not be able to have that money, which will generate interest as time passes,” explained José Ortega Cano. The bullfighter, who lived there, had to leave the house and undertake a new stage with his two sons, confessing that he sHe felt “very sorry” for saying goodbye to what had been his home for so many years.
Once the sale was formalized, the moving trucks began to remove the singer’s belongings that have been stored in a facility on the outskirts of Madrid for 13 years. Now, these items, stored in 18 containers, will see the light in Rocío’s last trip, a special program that is broadcast this afternoon on Telecinco.
According to Rocío Carrasco, the move from Montealto was very hard for her. “I made that move in very difficult emotional circumstances, very hard“, declared in Ana Rosa’s program. A few words that her friend Carmen Borrego confirmed. “At that time, Rocío is very touched”, He said, remembering the state of mind in which he had to pack his mother’s belongings. “I know she personally disassembled her mother’s room and the rest he left in the hands of a moving company that he knew would do it with all due respect and care. Rocío picks up what she wants from her mother and has it at home“added the contributor.
The transfer of the 18 suitably numbered containers will take place this afternoon between San Agustín de Guadalix, the town where they are currently located, and Boadilla del Monte, where they will be stored waiting to be opened. After their opening, they will be carefully selected by an art director, since they will form a substantial part of the scenography that will soon host the recordings of the documentary series. In the name of Rocío. LThe singer’s daughter hopes to find “some surprise” because her mother, as she revealed, “was a mystery”.
In Montealto, popularly known as Villa Jurado, the singer lived her happiest days and it was where he said goodbye to his family before dying on June 1, 2006 of pancreatic cancer. As published The reason, the artist’s house was sold to an investor He wanted to reform it to rent it, however, the real estate crisis of 2008 truncated his plans and the Jurado home ended up going up for public auction at the beginning of 2017 after the defaults of its owner. The bid was deserted and a year later the chalet became the property of a bank.
Rosa Benito, former wife of Amador Mohedano, did not know the sad end of Villa Jurado. “I did not know this. I knew that the new owner had had problems with this crisis, he could not face the payments, but he did not know that it had been taken away. I believed that I had moved on and that I continued to maintain the house. In fact, my son Fernando often passes by, because he adored his aunt, and he stares and thinks about knocking on the door and asking to be allowed in to see his aunt’s house, “he declared in It’s already noon.
This is how Rocío Jurado’s inheritance was distributed
To his widower, José Ortega Cano, he left ‘Yerbabuena’, property that the bullfighter would end up selling in 2013. He left Chipiona’s house to his sister Gloria. The ‘Los Naranjos’ farm was used by Rocío Jurado’s two brothers, Gloria and Amador Mohedano. He also left an industrial warehouse to the latter. He bequeathed another industrial warehouse to his godson Fernando, Amador’s son, while for Juan de la Rosa, his loyal friend and secretary, a semi-detached house in Chipiona. Rocío Carrasco, as universal heir, received the rights to all the artist’s songs, an apartment in Miami, half of another apartment in the same city that he bought with José Ortega Cano, a farm between Chipiona and Rota, and his mother’s jewelry.
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