Insane $5bn life of El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro who broke drug lord out of prison & starred in reality show

A TEEN beauty queen marrying a billionaire businessman may sound like a fairytale.

But in the case of Emma Coronel Aispuro, 31, her nightmarish romance with crime lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has allegedly turned her into a "narco princess" involved in daring prison breaks and drug running.

And Emma has never shied away from the spotlight and even appeared in a VH1 reality show shortly after her husband was caged for life in a supermax prison in Colorado.

But the glamorous billionaire's luxury life has been turned upside down after she was sensationally arrested yesterday over her alleged involved in El Chapo's drug trafficking empire.

Reports say police are hoping the 31-year-old "flips" and gives evidence on her husband's associates including his 15 sons – who are all believed to be running the bloodthirsty Sinaloa Cartel in their father's absence.

But how did mum-of-two Emma, the daughter of a cattle rancher from California, become involved with one of the world's most ruthless criminal?

Born in 1989, she married El Chapo on her 18th birthday in 2007.


The drug dealer, then aged 47, is said to have fallen in love with the teen after seeing her at a beauty pageant in Mexico, that same year.

It is believed El Chapo leaned on the organisers of the festival to ensure Emam won first prize.

But why would a rancher's daughter run into the hands of a criminal?

According to reports, Emma's family are far from innocent.

Her rancher dad is said to have grown marijuana and opium poppies while her uncle was drug kingpin Igancio "Nacho" Coronel – one of El Chapo's most trusted men.

Both her father Ines Coronel Barreras and brother Omar are mid-ranking gangsters inside the cartel, it is reported.

The FBI intercepted phone calls with Ines discussing business with El Chapo in 2011.

In the calls, Emma's grovelling father is said to have called his criminal lord son-in-law "senor" meaning "sir" in Spanish.

Emma told the LA Times how El Chapo wooed her, saying: "I would say what won me over was his way of talking, how he treated me, the way we began to get along – first as friends and from that came everything else.


"He tends to win over people by his manner of being, of acting, the way he treats people in general."

El Chapo, 62, was jailed for life in 2019 for trafficking hundreds of tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana to the US.

However, rather than shy away from publicity, Emma appeared to revel in the spotlight during her husband's trial.

In court, she wore eye-catching outfits and waved and blew kisses at her spouse.

She sat through hours two months of testimony including listening to hours of evidence given by her husband's former mistresses and others who turned against him.

Following the trial, Emma launched her own fashion line in a reported attempt to capitalise on the high profile trial.

And later in 2019, she appeared in VH1 realty show Cartel Crew where she filmed a scene with the son of a Columbian drug lord on a yacht.

Yet, she does not appear to have filmed any more scenes and the series did not continue in 2020.

Emma, a dual American and Mexican citizen, was detained yesterday at Dulles International Airport in Virginia, the Department of Justice said.

She faces charges of distributing cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana for importation into the United States.

In addition, the mum-of-two is charged with allegedly conspiring with others to help her husband escape from Altiplano prison in Mexico in 2015.

The sophisticated plot involved digging a tunnel, which stretched a mile, into the drug dealer's jail cell shower.

After being recaptured again after a second jail break, El Chapo was extradited to the US in January 2017. 

Emma is set to appear in federal court today in the US District Court for the District of Columbia on video conference.

Mike Vigil, an ex-DEA agent, told the Daily Mail that Emma was "a narco princess" deeply involved in her husband's criminal empire.

Vigil, who worked undercover in Mexico, says police will try and "flip" Emma to give testify against high-ranking members of the cartel.

The former narco cops believes Emma won't want to be separated from her two twin daughters – who she had with El Chapo.

He said: "They have cooperating witnesses who claim that she was liaising with the sons.

"And they know that she is very devoted to her daughters, so she won't want to be separated from them.

"They'll be really pressuring her to flip."

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