Copyright 1995 Houston Chronicle
Selena fans beware: Bootleg copies of the slain Tejano star's new -- but unreleased -- album are going around. The 13-song "Dreaming of You" is scheduled to go on sale Tuesday. But EMI Latin, Selena's record label, received reports this week that illegal versions have been produced in Mexico.
Bootlegged Selena videos, T-shirt and compact discs have flooded the market since the Grammy-winning singer was killed March 31. "It's not so much the money," Abraham Quintanilla Jr., Selena's father and manager, said Wednesday. "It's just that they are taking my daughter's name and profiting from it. And they don't care about our family."