According to a new interview, Jenni was in the final stages of buying the Learjet that took her life on Dec. 9.
Pop sensation Jenni Rivera, who tragically died after her plane crashed on Dec. 9, was reportedly in the midst of buying the private jet from business executiveChristian E. Esquino Nunez before her death. Christian, an executive of Starwood Management, which owned the Learjet 25, said Jenni was preparing to buy the plane for $250,000 and as a result the company let her "demo" the aircraft for free the night of the crash, according to an interview with The Los Angeles Times. Christian, 50, swears that maintenance and safety issues "had nothing to do with the accident."
Jenni's Plane Was May Have Been Tied To Drug Trafficking
Christian is wanted for questioning regarding his ties to the plane, and has been convicted of drug-trafficking and counterfeiting government inspection stamps. According to ABC News, Christian could be wanted for questioning with Mexican authorities, as well as investigators with the National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) regarding the fatal crash that took Jenni's life along with six other passengers.
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