If you enjoyed Narcos or Queen of the South, Griselda is unquestionably your next must-see.

The Netflix series, starring Sofía Vergara and based on Griselda Blanco’s true story, has received positive reviews.

It follows Blanco’s rise from a mother struggling to provide for her family to a key figure in cocaine trafficking between Colombia and the United States, particularly in locations like Miami and New York, throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

The drug boss, who worked for the Medellín cartel, is claimed to have employed a unique blend of’savagery and charm’ to go unnoticed for many years, becoming the most powerful lady in the drug trafficking sector.

Eric Newman, show creator, told Netflix’s Tudum, “There has never been a woman who came close to achieving the power, wealth, and respect that Griselda did.” And no trafficker, male or female, has ever generated the same level of horror.”

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After seeing the six-part drama, many viewers were left wondering how much money the real-life Griselda made over her decades at the helm of one of the most profitable cartels before her death in 2012.

According to CrimeMuseum.Org, Blanco earned an eye-watering $80 million each month at the height of her reign, and her net wealth was estimated to be $2 billion.

Blanco was reported to be unique in her approach to the drug trade, developing many of the smuggling and murdering procedures that are being utilized today.

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While she appeared lovely to many, the deadly commander is believed to have been involved in at least 250 deaths in Colombia, with US police blaming her for 40 in Miami.

Her collapse began in 1985, when she was caught by narcotics Enforcement Agents and sentenced to 15 years in prison for federal narcotics charges. Although she was set to face murder charges in Miami, a scandal involving the prosecution and a witness allowed the drug lord to strike an agreement.

She pleaded guilty to three murder charges in return for a reduced sentence, and was eventually released and deported back to Colombia in 2004.

Blanco later died in 2012, when she was shot by two men on motorcycles. Although the killers were never apprehended, the motive for her death is assumed to stem from her prior existence as a criminal leader.