Marcello Camargo gave details of the inheritance he received after the presenter’s death, citing that he was unable to sell the mansion where Hebe lived.
HÉLVIO ROMERO / ESTADÃO CONTENTSHebe died in Sao Paulo in 2012 at the age of 83.
The presenter’s only child Hebe Camargowho died in 2012 Marcello Camaro denied having received any inheritance from him BRL 60 million as heir. Interviewed by Youtuber Joanna Maria, Camargo, who has been managing the Hebe collection since 2021, as his cousin Claudio Pesutti died victim of Covid19said Hebe’s biggest investment was her villa Morumbiin the southern part of Sao Paulo, which has not yet been sold and has become the “white elephant”. “My mother invested everything in her house. She loved buying and expanding the houses next door, but it ended up being a white elephant. It’s very difficult for you to sell that because it’s a very big asset. The maintenance effort is too high. People think I’m awash with money, but I’m not. She deservedly spent, she earned with her work. She left some legacy, I won’t say I was without it, but it’s not such an absurd amount that keeps coming out in the media,” Marcello revealed.