Celia Karina Quevedo Gastelum, Net Worth and Family

Celia Karina Quevedo Gastelum

There is very little to almost no information available regarding Celia Karina Quevedo Gastelum, which may be because she married into a family of drug lords. Celia married Vicente Carrillo Levya with the alias Aljenandra Peralta Alvarez, born on the 19th of July in 1976 in Mexico City. Vicente is the son of Amado Carillo Fuentes with the alias Lord of the Skies.

Celia Karina Quevedo Gastelum Net Worth

As there is so very little information available about Celia, there is also no information about her current net worth.

Her Husband

Vicente Carillo Levya is suspected to be a leader in the drug cartel, the Juarez Cartel. Vicente is a suspected Mexican drug lord and has subsequently been arrested. He was arrested in Mexico City on the 2nd of April in 2009. He was charged with illegal firearm possession as well as money laundering charges. He was later acquitted of the money laundering charges, although the unlawful firearm possession charges initially kept him in prison. He was released from jail into the Mexican federal police custody on the 17th of December in 2010. This was due to new money laundering charges.

According to a biography written about his father, he was warned not to go into the drug business. His father, Amado,  tried to keep him out of the business by sending him to school at some of the absolute best private universities in Spain, Switzerland and Mexico. Despite his father’s best efforts, Vicente still ended up in the cartel business and in prison because of it.

Her Father-In-Law

A suspected reason why there is so little information available about Celia is because of the family she married into’s involvement in the cartel and the drug trafficking business. Her late father-in-law Amado Carrillo Fuentes has a lot to do with that. Amado Carillo Fuentes was the head of the Jaurez Cartel.

Amado was born on the 17th of December in 1956 in Mexico. His parents were Walter Vicente Carrillo Vega and Aurora Fuentes. The family welcomed their son in Navolato, Sinaloa, which is in Mexico. He was one of 12 children in the family.

Amado didn’t start the family’s involvement in the drug business like his uncle Don Neto or Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, the leader of the Guadalajara Cartel. Thanks to this uncle, Amado got his start in the drug business. Amado brought his siblings and his son into the industry as well.

Amado worked with many different people in the drug industry, including Pablo Escobar and El Chapo, also known as Joaquin Guzman Loera. Amado made a multi-billion-dollar drug empire during his time in the drug cartel business. He is rumoured to have made more than 25 million in profit during his time in the cartel, and this leads us to believe he had a rather substantial net worth, although there isn’t any conclusive information on his net worth at the time of his death.

Amado passed away after complications from surgery meant to alter his appearance to make his capture more difficult. He took his final breath on the 4th of July in 1997.