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Who is Mirtha Jung?

Mirtha Jung is the ex-wife of former drug dealer George Jung. She is of Cuban descent. Mirtha rose to fame after the release of the movie “Blow”, which was based on the life of her husband and was played by Jonny Depp. Mirtha and George were part of a huge drug cartel that smuggled drugs from Colombia to the United States. George died on the morning of Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at his home in the Boston area. The cause of death is currently unknown, although he had recently experienced liver and kidney failure.

Born in Calderón, Mirtha met George in Colombia because of this poster. Despite there being a 10-year age difference, they dated and later got married. Mirtha has a daughter named Kristina Sunshine. After a few years of marriage, Mirtha divorced George. She went to jail for her drug addiction. After releasing her, she gave up drugs. She now she lives a clean life.

Mirtha Jung Age

Mirtha Jung’s age is unknown.

Mirtha Jung and George Jung

Mirtha met George through his cocaine contacts in Colombia. She was only 24 years old then and 10 years younger than George. They dated for a few years before getting married in 1977. She gave birth to her daughter, Kristina Sunshine Jung, on August 1, 1978.

Mirtha loved George very much, but their relationship soured a few years after their marriage. Her drug-related lives ruined their marriage. They were divorced shortly after. After the divorce, George married Ronda Clay Spinello. It is not known whether Mirtha remarried or found another partner after her divorce. George lives with Ronda in San Diego.
Mirtha lifted Kristina single-handedly. Kristina is now married to Romain Karan and has been blessed with two children.

Criminal history of Mirtha Jung

Mirtha was addicted to drugs and even used drugs during her pregnancy. Despite the fact that the doctors advised her to give up the drugs, she Mirtha was unable to do so. She continued to use drugs after Kristina was born. Mirtha was soon charged with drug possession and sentenced to 3 years in prison. While she was in prison, she struggled to get rid of drugs and live a better life. All of her efforts went to Kristina, who was only 3 years old at the time. Mirtha was released in 1981 and has stayed off drugs ever since.

Mirtha and her husband worked with the “Medellín Cartel.” During the 1970s and 1980s, this cartel smuggled a massive amount of drugs into the United States from Colombia.

The 2001 film “Blow” was based on the life of Mirtha’s husband. The movie increased her popularity. The character of Mirtha was rehearsed by Spanish actress and model Penelope Cruz, while Johnny Depp played George Jung. Mirtha was last seen in the media in 2001, at the time of the film’s premiere. She also gave an interview to a Texas newspaper at the time.

Cause of death of George Jung

George Jung, the cocaine dealer whose crime life story became the basis for the Johnny Depp film “Blow,” has died. He was 78 years old. TMZ was the first to report that Jung died at his home in the Boston area. He had been experiencing liver and kidney failure and received hospice care at home, but the cause of his death has not been revealed.

Jung’s official Instagram page confirmed his death in his hometown of Weymouth, Massachusetts. Jung’s official Twitter account included the quote “May the wind always be on your back and the sun on your face, and the winds of fate carry you to dance with the stars.”

Jung, known as “Boston George”, served 20 years in prison for drug trafficking. He was released in 2014, but then returned to jail for violating probation two years later, for failing to tell his probation officer that he had traveled to San Diego.

He was part of the Medellín Cartel, helping Pablo Escobar smuggle cocaine into the US.

Jung recounted his exploits in the book “Coup: How a Small Town Boy Made $ 100 Million from the Medellin Cartel and Lost Everything,” written by Bruce Porter and which was the inspiration for Depp’s 2001 film.

A five-part documentary series recently finished post-production and was picked up by a distributor, Yahoo News reported. A release date for “Boston George: Famous Without The Fortune” has not been announced.

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