Javier Burillo Wiki– Javier Burillo Biography
Javier Burillo Bio
Javier Burillo is a Mexican landowner from one of the richest families in the country. Burillo was detained on manslaughter charges after his 11-year-old son was murdered during a San Francisco Bay ship journey and operated under the impact of a ship.
Javier Burillo Age
Javier Burillo’s age 57.
Javier Burillo Family
Burillo is a member of Mexico’s extraordinarily and politically influential family, the Azcarraga family, which established the Mexican network Grupo Televisa, an global media leader producing Spanish-language programming across Latin America. The media conglomerate has dominated television, publication and radio broadcasting for several centuries.
Javier Burillo Wife (Rose) And Children
It is believed that Burillo was married to the daughter of late Mexican President Miguel Alemán Valdés, Alejandra Aleman, in 1989. He is currently married to his spouse, Rose, with whom he has been married for approximately 20 years. In Marin County, they have an outstanding divorce case–in which she sought child assistance for her and the baby.
Thay have two sons
Javier Burillo Arrest and Charges
The 57-year-old was detained on Sunday after his 11-year-old son died on a ship journey in San Francisco Bay on suspicion of vehicular homicide with a ship, willful damage or injury to a kid and running a ship.
Search warrant being served at Belvedere home of hotel owner Javier Burillo. He faces manslaughter charges after boating accident that killed is 11 year old son. No word what police hope tonfind. #abc7now pic.twitter.com/PTzLWu4HfU
— Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) September 16, 2019
Javier Burillo Release
Burillo’s record show was published on a $1-million bond on Monday afternoon. The attorney’s office for the district of Marin County said the case was still being reviewed on Tuesday.
Javier Burillo Net Worth
Burillo owns a number of Mexico’s restaurants, hotels and high-end resorts, including Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Records of property also indicate that Burillo’s Marin County house was bought for $10.2 million in 2004 and that he and his wife, Rose, owned properties in San Diego and Sausalito. Burillo also has a non-taxable revenue from family sources of $176,000 per month.