“Pedro Infante died in 2013,” says the singer’s alleged grandson

César Augusto Infante assures that the Mexican idol did not perish in the plane crash, as he was led to believe in 1957.

When a great star dies, many stories arise from fans who refuse to believe that their favorite artist is no longer on the earth plane. This is the case of Michael Jackson, Jenni Rivera and Pedro Infantewhich have supposedly been seen by some people.

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In the case of the Mexican idol, it was César Augusto Infante, alleged grandson of the singer, who once again stirred up the waters during an interview with youtuber Gusgri, by assuring that his grandfather did not die in 1957 as they made believe.

César Augusto Infante claims to be the grandson of the Mexican idol and to have proof of what he says. Photo: Illustrative and non-commercial image / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RS9deO_XQaE

According to what he told Pedro, they granted him everything he asked for, and when he had the desire to fly, someone gave him a plane, in which they transported weapons, jewelry, and drugs, without him knowing, taking advantage of the fact that they did not register him at customs and rather They asked for photos. When he found out, “he revealed himself, he told them: ‘why didn’t you speak to me clearly, why did you lie to me?’ They told him ‘Pedro, there are only two ways out here, death or jail,’ said César, adding that he continued to work under threat and sensing that at any moment they would disappear.

Pedro Infante was one of the most charismatic figures of the golden age of Mexican cinematography. Photo EDH / EFE

On April 15, 1957, Pedro would fly from Mérida, Yucatán, but after checking the plane’s cargo, “some armed men arrived and told him from that moment on you are no longer Pedro Infante. They took a man of his complexion, they asked him to take off his slave and they put it on him, “said César. This would be the body they would pass off as the remains of Infante.

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After that, the artist would have been kidnapped and tortured for many years, until he was allowed to go out into the world with another identity: Antonio Pedro, who died in June 2013 at the age of 95. About these facts, César Infante assures that he has evidence.