After the sad death of Camilo Sesto this past weekend as a result of renal failure and give his last goodbye to the singer at the funeral chapel, which took place at the headquarters of the SGAE in Madrid on Monday, his son, Camilo Blanes Jr. (35 years), he decided to move to his father's house in Torrelodones
Accompanied by his mother, Lourdes Ornelas, who is still your best support at this delicate time, the young man was presented this Tuesday at the chalet of three floors, of approximately 450 square metres, in which Camilo Sesto lived his last days. A property that is expected to inherit from his father along to another home, two companies and some savings that I had the artist after selling close to 100 million records around the world.
Although the relationship between father and son was not idyllic, as on more than one occasion stated Camilo Blanes Jr., what is certain is that at least two-thirds of the heritage will be for the young. For the time being has not been made public the last will and testament, but it is known that, the last years of Camilo Sesto, was accompanied by his manager and secretary, so that they, too, might have left something.
Camilo Sesto has always considered his son the most important of his life. When he was a child, he fought with all their strength and resources to get your guardianship and fetch it from Mexico to Spain. Everything seemed idyllic, but things were to go wrong. Years later, Lourdes was surprised the whole world by ensuring in an interview that the singer prevented him from seeing his son with the frequency stipulated.
According to her mother, the poor relation of the singer with Camilo Jr. led to a series of depression in the adolescence. He himself said in an interview that "if his mother could not be with him when he was small was due to the economic hardship . She had the freedom to come, to be the best, not the economic power". Little by little the parent-child relationship was cooling off, so much so that they ended up totally spaced.Updated Date: 12 September 2019, 17:00