The ex-girlfriend of Cédric Jubillar, Séverine, has made astonishing revelations about her relationship with the craftsman-plasterer…
[Updated Thursday, September 1 at 11:35 a.m.] Severine, the former company of Cédric Jubillar, doubt of the innocence of the artisan-plasterer, and this, since the beginning of their relationship, which began in the spring of 2021. ' I went from doubt to certainty and vice versa. With him, I was comfortable without being completely. I sometimes wondered: ' What if he stabbed me in the middle of the night? What if his wife were to suddenly reappear in the house? '' she told Paris Match .
' One day, however, I threw at him: 'Tell me what you have done with your wife...' He answered me tit for tat, very seriously: ' I buried her in the farm that burned down! '' she said. Cédric Jubillar then did not hesitate to tell her that he had also set fire to the farm.
However, the investigation later revealed that the plasterer had a alibi in concrete: he was on a building site the day of the fire of the farm. Why so many disturbing statements, then? ' It has built a shell to defend itself from the outside world. His character protects him. He hides nothing “, estimates Séverine, near Paris Match .
If Séverine supposes that Cédric Jubillar would have been able to kill his wife, she also believes in his innocence. ' Under his grand airs, I saw him cry a lot, he was looking for explanations. He mentioned tracks according to him, badly or not at all verified “, she confided.
Their love story ended a few days before the plasterer was imprisoned in the summer of 2021. At the time, she had just caught him hitting on a girl by Chat. Despite everything, Séverine has kept a special link with the one who has now been in detention for more than a year.
Delphine Jubillar's lover and ex-girlfriend were both heard by the investigating judges on June 30, 2022, informs The Dispatch . The ex-spouse of the lover of Montauban has also made astonishing secrets about the latter, whom she describes neither more nor less as a ' narcissistic pervert '.' People have no idea how he really is... If I got fat, he could leave me, if I didn't run the house well he wouldn't have wanted a child with me. [...] It is difficult to stabilize, and he always wants better, always more. He has lots of women, you will find that he is super nice but he is a narcissistic pervert. He belittles others “, she said of him.
If Montauban's lover affirms that his story with his ex-girlfriend was over and that they were planning to separate very soon , the young woman, she assures that she had no intention of breaking up. ' I saw Delphine as a confidante. I was not aware that this relationship was well underway. I didn't know he had plans to break up with me. I did not measure what was happening between them. It was when Delphine disappeared that I understood “, she explained to the investigating judges.
Delphine Jubillar's lover told the investigating judges that he helped the nurse on a daily basis, in her relationship with Cédric Jubillar: ' I advised him to show NVC [...] non-violent communication, with regard to Cédric . It was I who advised him to buy a new car because his could break down '.
And to add, about their projects at the time: ' We saw each other every 15 days and Delphine had come to the house twice. [...] Next, we wanted to live together in Albi . She was very present in my life. She helped me from a distance to finish the work on my bathroom. At that moment, I felt Delphine, the happiest woman in the world '.
The body of Is Delphine Jubillar hidden in the cemetery of Saint-Dalmaze ? This is one of the avenues seriously considered by the investigators. In addition, Me Philippe Pressecq, lawyer for the cousin of Delphine Jubillar, explained on France Bleu that he had been contacted by many seers who all said the same thing: the remains of the missing nurse would be in a cemetery. 'It is enough to open the damaged vaults, to pass a scanner and then we will see if there is two bodies in the coffin ' , he explained.
What happened on evening of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar , from December 15 to 16, 2020? Mourad Battikh, lawyer for the uncle and aunt of Delphine Jubillar, spoke on BFM TV a ' deadly evening '. According to the lawyer, ' a number of fairly convincing elements ' seem to indicate that Cédric Jubillar, currently in detention, would be responsible for the disappearance of his wife.
First, the lawyer referred to a pair of broken glasses, found in the Jubillar house. ' We know that these glasses were broken at the home of Cédric and Delphine and that it was the result of a very violent argument that their son Louis observed ', he explained. In addition, he recalls that neighbors would have heard ' cries of fear 'around that night.' Cédric Jubillar gives a truth in the middle of ten lies, it is therefore necessary to unravel ', he added.
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Mourad Battikh, lawyer for the uncle and aunt of Delphine Jubillar reacts following the comments of the fellow prisoner of Cédric Jubillar weakened pic.twitter.com/MqvYKOU0yX
The body of Delphine Jubillar is still not found, but the excavations resumed with renewed vigor, particularly around the cemetery of Saint-Dalmaze, located near the house of the Jubillars. It is not impossible that the body of the missing is concealed in a grave . ' Mediums keep whispering the idea in their ears ', specified Actu Toulouse . But for the moment, the investigators do not have the necessary authorizations to search graves , a delicate process and potentially traumatic for the families of the deceased .
However, as recalled Gala , in June 2021, as part of the Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, the investigators, fearing that the most wanted man in France had committed suicide, had obtained authorization to search a cemetery in the Var . At the time, searches had turned up nothing.
What if Delphine Jubillar's body was hidden in a grave? The testimony of a friend of the missing nurse raises suspicions. According to Release , she would have met Cédric Jubillar in March 2021, a few months before he was placed in police custody, in the Saint-Dalmaze cemetery , not far from the Jubillar's home. ' He seems to know the place well. He shows me the seals of the graves in the cemetery , he gives me a course on clean and dirty joints.... And he said to me, 'Yes, unfortunately I know about it “, she recalled.
Delphine Jubillar's friend continued her chilling story : ' There is a grave he asks me to help open. He opened a tomb drawer and laughed '. The husband of the disappeared would then have let go of her: ' Thank you now there are your fingerprints with mine “. A disturbing conversation to say the least.
Investigators therefore conducted new excavations in the cemetery of Saint-Dalmaze , early July, according to Release . So far, the search has not been conclusive, but investigators could take the next, particularly creepy, step by searching the graves in the cemetery.
' There's nothing harder to search than graves . If it has to come to that, it will not be only as a last resort ', however, lamented a source familiar with the matter. ' It is always a delicate time for the families of the missing “, explained another source to Actu Toulouse .
Whereas Cédric Jubillar and his lawyers went to the investigative chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal for the appeal of his request for release, on June 28, his last companion Séverine made a surprise appearance during the hearing. When the prisoner saw her from her glass box, her face lit up, according to Actu.fr . The two were only able to communicate from afar, through the glass, but Séverine was still happy to have seen him.
' He told me he was happy to see me, an I love you, asked me if I was okay. He made me understand that he is holding up. He looks tired , a little, but I expected worse . I told him he had the slightly long goatee , he replied that he had no mirror “, she confided. And to add: “ It's disturbing . It's nice to see him anyway. He didn't expect it at all, I didn't even know I was going to come to Toulouse... Her smiles are touching '.
If Séverine had confided in the past to having doubts about the responsibility of Cédric Jubillar in the disappearance of his wife, today, everything is (a little) clearer in his mind. The 40-year-old is almost sure of the innocence of son compagnon : ' I needed to see him to look into his eyes. Seeing him, I tell myself that it's not him (who killed Delphine Jubillar, editor's note) . Looks like a little baby. I wish it wasn't him. For his children, especially '.
This relationship with Cédric Jubillar has certainly changed Séverine's life, but not for the better. The forty-something knows that she remains very exposed to the media. ' It had an impact on my daily life. My life will never be the same . I try above all to preserve my children “, she confided.
The decision of the Toulouse Court of Appeal should be rendered on July 4. But even if he is released, Séverine will take precautions. ' Even if he goes out, I couldn't go back to him because he will not be in the Tarn and people will say that I am an accomplice. The gendarmes thought he had made me pillow talk “, she said at the microphone of 100% Radio .
While Cédric Jubillar's request for release was refused, a close friend of the deceased spoke on a Facebook group in support of Delphine Jubillar. She is convinced of know the identity of the culprit . ' As they say: ' Who benefits from the crime?' To a man you met six months before that you have plans with? To a jealous woman, of whom we know nothing? To an immature husband who still saw you as the first day you met and who had his reasons for not letting you go?' , she wrote.
The nurse's friend has her ' own opinion ' on the identity of the person responsible for the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, but she does not wish to reveal what she thinks... or almost. ' What avocats of CJ (Cedric Jubillar, editor's note) bring more evidence of his innocence so that I can think otherwise. Waiting for Delphi... .', she just blurted out.
End of suspense...for now. While the husband of Delphine Jubillar was placed in pre-trial detention on June 18, 2021, his one-year term of deposit was coming to an end. On June 9, the artisan-plasterer had therefore been summoned before a judge of freedoms and detention, at the Toulouse courthouse, in order to determine whether the warrant of committal would be renewed for six months or not. His lawyers, as from the beginning of the case, plead the innocence of their client and therefore demand his immediate release . 'There is no justification for his remaining in detention', according to them. The answer just fell this Monday, June 13: it's no, Cédric Jubillar will still sleep in prison tonight . However, the defense immediately announced its intention to appeal : in a few days, we will know if this decision is confirmed or not.
The lawyer for the cousin of Delphine Jubillar and her closest friends, Me Philippe Pressecq, is convinced that Cédric Jubillar is responsible for the disappearance of his wife. ' Delphine's relatives clearly believe in the guilt of Cédric Jubillar . They are right to believe it because today I think everything shows that Cédric Jubillar is most certainly guilty “, explained the lawyer in Gala .
Cédric Jubillar: his ex-convict speaks 'for the last time'
Framework, the former fellow prisoner of Cédric Jubillar , speak ' for the first and last time ' nearby Parisian . The man told investigators that the plasterer had admitted to having hid the body of Delphine Jubillar near a burnt farmhouse . On May 12, Marco found himself face to face with Cédric Jubillar during a confrontation framed by justice. But why would the former co-detainee of the artisan-plasterer have spilled the beans? Did he benefit from a reduced sentence thanks to his statements? He explained to Parisian : ' I am not a snitch who would have monetized his information in return for I don't know what early release and who would have acted in his personal interest. I only cooperated with justice in the hope that the truth would come out, and that Delphine's children know one day where their mother is . I did it all for them.'
Marco, damned ' in a rape case with acts of torture and barbarism 'when he was a minor, then for' subornations of temoins ' and ' crime threats on prison guards “, assures that his statements on Cédric Jubillar did not bring him” only trouble '. And to clarify: ' Some media published false information about me and my identity was revealed. For the record, I even paid out of my own pocket for my trips between Portugal and Toulouse to respond to the two summonses from the investigating judges, in December, for a hearing and, in May, for the confrontation '.
It is in the isolation district of Seysses that Marco finds himself in the cell next to that of Cédric Jubillar . The two men start talking. ' I understand it's a big calculator, he thinks a lot more than the average of the other inmates. I also consider him very cultured. But i think he talks a lot ', remembered the former detainee, still with the Parisian .
Other details jump out at Marco: ' His missing wife he calls her 'the other' all the time, like she didn't have a name. He makes fun of Delphine's girlfriends when they appear on TV shows. Even with regard to his children, I never feel a father's love '.
One night, Cédric Jubillar tells Marco how things would have gone, the evening of his wife's disappearance, in December 2020. ' He came out of his room, he caught his wife texting his 'asshole', that's how he spoke of the lover, and this is where he 'twisted'. These are his words “, he recounted.
Marco does not want to know more. But the days pass and Cédric Jubillar ends up asking him for advice about ' burial of corpses ' . ' He worried about the possibility that a buried body might end up being uncovered because of weather or animals. This is where he tells me that his wife's body is buried not far from a place that burned down . He also speaks to me of two large trees, without giving any further explanation. “, explained the former fellow prisoner.
Despite everything, the information provided by Marco to the investigators, about the remains of Delphine Jubillar, does not seem to have been confirmed. The excavations carried out near the burnt farm have for example given nothing. But Marco insists: ' I gave the investigators details that I could not invent and who were not known to the public at the time I speak to them. I'm thinking of the sexy outfits that Delphine kept at her workplace. Or on his phone that he would have liked to put back to charge at the time of the evening. I also have elements written by Cédric that he sent to me '.
From now on, according to information from Gilles Verdez in Do not touch My TV , Marco would be ' isolated, really protected '. And for good reason, ' he is hated because he comes across as arrogant and he gets insulted by all the other fellow inmates “, specified Bernard Montiel.
The Corps of Delphine Jubillar would it be... at the bottom of a stream ? Marie-Ange, energy care therapist in Castres who says she has a ' don extralucide ', is convinced of it. ' There are obvious correspondences between the game Game of Thrones to which Cédric Jubillar constantly devoted himself on his mobile phone, and his environment. Looking into the details, we found several similarities. The most glaring is the Vère, this Tarn stream , not far from Cagnac-les-Mines and which is also 'a fishing spot appreciated by Cédric Jubillar'. However, Vère is also the name of a character in GOT game “, she explained to The Dispatch .
Lila, who calls herself a medium, assured the gendarmes that the nurse's body would be in a ' farm formerly burned at Garric '. And to explain: ' I arrived at this track by the fact that Delphine Jubillar told me directly “The medium claims to be able to speak with the deceased,” feel their own discomfort and also physical pain with less intensity '.
Cédric Jubillar claims to be convinced that his wife Delphine is still alive . According to him, the nurse left the family home to seek refuge in Spain. ' Maybe she's gone to Spain “, he had dropped during one of the psychological expertises he had followed in October 2021, indicated The Parisian . On May 12, the plasterer must be interviewed in the presence of his former cellmate , Mark. He had told investigators that Cédric Jubillar had confessed to him the murder of Delphine Jubillar. The confrontation of the former fellow prisoners could therefore be essential in the continuation of the investigation...
But who is Marco? This Ajaccien, 37 years old , spent nearly 20 years in prison for ' robbery business ' according The Dispatch . When he meets Cédric Jubillar, Marco is tried for threatening prison guards . Little by little, he manages to forge links with the plasterer and wins his trust. He assures investigators that he knows the place where Delphine Jubillar is buried , after having collected the confidences of the husband of the disappeared. Could he have invented this story from scratch to be released more quickly from prison? ' He would have been ready to do anything to get out of jail “, assured a member of his entourage to The Dispatch .
' It's a rogue who always has many cell phones on him “, explained a relative. “ He built himself in prison and knows this universe very well “Added another source. Now free, Marco now lives between Toulouse and Portugal.
During his second psychiatric expertise in October 2021, Cédric Jubillar had threatened to start a hunger-strike and to application for release was again refused, according to The Parisian . In the end, the plasterer remained in prison, but obviously did not stop eating.
Why did Delphine Jubillar rush out of her home on the evening of December 15, 2020? Cédric Jubillar's lawyers may have found an explanation. According to Me Alary, since the wife of Delphine Jubillar's lover had asked not to see each other again (which they nevertheless continued to do), the wife of the Montauban lover could have summoned the nurse in the middle of the night for an explanation.
' She could very well have said to her husband something like, 'You're starting to piss me off, we'll see her, the other one, and we'll explain ourselves .' This would explain that Delphine rushes out in the middle of the night, wearing only a down jacket, without taking her purse “, he explained to the New Detective .
Cédric Jubillar could have been responsible for the disappearance of his wife, according to master Laurent Nakache-Haarfi, lawyer for the family of Delphine Jubillar. And for good reason, the lawyer is convinced that the plasterer ' knows where to hide a body “, he assured the microphone of France Blue . ' He is fisherman , and it is often also presented as a treasure hunter by many of his relatives “, he let know.
The journalist Ronan Folgoas had also reported in his book that a pond had been probed by the investigators following a ' goofy talk 'that Cédric Jubillar would have had with a neighbor. He' he had talked about this watering hole as a 'perfect place to hide a body “, we read. But the investigators found nothing in this famous water hole…
Cédric Jubillar has been the subject of a psychiatric expertise , the report of which was unveiled at Parisian . Two interviews took place at the Seysses remand center, in Haute-Garonne, on July 1 and October 6. During the first interview, the artisan-plasterer, at the time in detention for a short time, complained about the conditions of incarceration and underlined the supervisors ' unjust and contemptuous '.' They go push me to suicide ', he adds. That day, he is sure that he will be released from detention in a short time and is already imagining the apartment in which he will reside. ' If I am the murderer, it is better that I leave the Tarn “, he declares.
Then, it was in October of the same year that the psychiatrist saw Cédric Jubillar again, who again complained about his conditions of detention. He is particularly annoyed by his placement in a isolation ward . ' I am not a rapist, a snitch, a homosexual... I am a criminal like the others “, he lets go (without realizing the meaning of this sentence?).
At the same time, Cédric Jubillar, who never mentions his wife's first name throughout the interview , continues to proclaim his innocence. ' The gendarmes concealed the evidence. I am considered the perfect culprit (…) I'm innocent, I have a lot of assumptions … For them (judges and investigators, editor's note), I had strong suspicions that she was cheating on me and I would not have accepted an amicable divorce if i had known “, he explains. He says that, according to him, his wife “ got out ' in Spain.
However, he recognizes a scene from physical violence with Delphine Jubillar and confesses ' have already grabbed her by the shoulders in september (2020, editor's note)'. It was after the first deconfinement that the couple collapsed. ' I did the housework, the dishes and I did the laundry… She didn't help me, she didn't do anything anymore (…) From September, she insulted me: asshole, shit, case soc, drug addict … faced with this, I laughed “, he recalls.
According to psychiatrist's conclusions , it is likely that Cédric Jubillar is responsible for the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. ' This could be related to his personality, his need for control and mastery associated with a a feeling of failure that cannot be easily explained in view of the psychic scars left by its own history “, commented the doctor in the report consulted by The Parisian .
And to add: ' Beyond a couple's life that comes to a halt, a contentious divorce , it was also an encounter with reality that can be unbearable, the end of a family life to which he held a lot , maybe a moment of personal collapse . In this hypothesis, he could have acted in a moment of projective anger , refusing this feeling of failure '.
Delphine Jubillar, who had a lover residing in Montauban, had big plans with him. Both had planned to settle on a farm and ' get married with great fanfare ', according to New Detective . Her lover is a piano teacher, in his forties, whom she had met on Gleeden , the app for extra-marital encounters.
Of the eyeglasses could tip the investigation into the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. A branch of glasses was found behind the living room couch on which she slept, while another was discovered on the kitchen table, and the frame, on the counter. According to the conclusions of experts from the General Directorate of Armaments (DGA) who carried out analyses, ' the damage observed on the pair of glasses (...) are there consequence of dynamic efforts (...) from outside to inside '. that is, a blow would have been struck to the owner of his glasses, Delphine Jubillar. The 33-year-old nurse wore them to watch TV with her son, the night of his disappearance , according to the words of the little boy.
However, Cédric Jubillar assured that these glasses were ' broken for a while '. For his lawyer, Me Emmanuelle Franck, this discovery is quite simply a ' non-event .' To TF1, she said: ' I do not understand the interest of this expertise since everyone says that these glasses were broken long before the disappearance of Delphine. It is not credible, it in no way accredits the thesis of a violent disputes that night '.
Delphine and Cedric Jubillar were unquestionably on the verge of divorce, before the disappearance of the 33-year-old nurse. For the previous months, Louis and Elyah's mother was tired of their relationship. ' Every time Cédric arrived, Delphine was not necessarily the same ', confided in a documentary aired on RMC Story her friend Anne, who is one of the last people to see her alive. ' As if we had a bouton off/on . She could be more extinct, more erased . We felt like a disappointment let him be there “, she added.
Anne also remembered the last time she saw her friend , Delphine Jubillar. ' We talked about the Christmas present , things that were part of life at that time. We are mid-December, we are in the preparations for Christmas. We talked so much that we didn't realize it was noon and that we had to be at noon sharp in front of the school gate. So, I left quickly, I let him put his daughter in the car, here it is “, she recounted.
Cédric Jubillar had been heard by the courts last February. BFM TV now reveals the content of this interrogation, which mainly revolved around the statements of his former fellow prisoner, Marco. ' He invents, he tells lies. I didn't tell him everything. He invent to incriminate me even more , to have his release “, assured the craftsman-plasterer. If Marco said that Cédric Jubillar had confided to him that he had hidden the body of Delphine Jubillar near a burnt farm, the main interested party denied again : ' There too, he invents. He wanted to embellish the story for you to believe and it worked out well . He wanted to talk about him and it worked. He lied to you, that's all (...) It's a joke, bullshit. I didn't confess, it's nonsense '.
Cédric Jubillar is summoned on May 12 before the two investigating judges , according BFM TV . It could be an interrogation or a confrontation with his former prisoner, Marco , who had claimed that Delphine Jubillar's husband had told him that he had hidden and burned the body of the nurse near a farm in Cagnac-les-Mines. In a documentary recently broadcast on RMC Story, we learn that the plasterer ' would have mentioned an embankment that would have allowed him to roll the body of his wife 'with his ex-inmate.' Then he would have picked it up downstairs. The gendarmes did not have the luxury of not looking, they dug earthworks, in vain ', however, explains the documentary.
Journalist Ronan Folgoas had access to the account of one of Louis' interrogations , the son of the Jubillars, led by an investigator. The 7-year-old boy explained that his parents used to argue . ' That is to say, they shout while talking ' he said, according to the reporter's information in his book The Jubillar mystery - Investigation at the heart of a disappearance . When the investigator asked him what he was doing during these arguments, Louis replied, accompanying his words with gestures: ' Well I play. And also, when I don't know what to do, well I separate them and I put them like this '.
A few weeks after the disappearance of his wife, Cédric Jubillar had started a virtual relationship with a woman nicknamed 'Justine', according to information from journalist Ronan Folgoas in his book The Jubillar mystery - Investigation at the heart of a disappearance. Both communicated by video. During one of their conversations, the plasterer allegedly assured Justine that he was not responsible for his wife's disappearance: ' I'm not the real culprit '. And to add: ' If she went there, I hope she didn't suffer '.
According to Ronan Folgoas, Cédric Jubillar would have had a strange behavior after having contacted the gendarmes, the morning of the disappearance of the nurse. About ten hours later, in the evening, it would be gone to buy drugs ' the neighborhood ', after using the bank card of Delphine Jubillar for withdraw 20 euros . Then, he would have gone to Carmaux, to his parents, to pick up his children, who were being looked after by them.
Another strange behavior which testifies to a certain insensitivity, Cédric Jubillar would have had the his wife's brother on the phone, a few hours after his disappearance. But the plasterer would have told him that he intended to go to work as if nothing had happened . ' Otherwise I'm going to lose another day's pay … And then, anyway, I'm no longer of any use to the gendarmes “, he would have explained.
Outraged Louis, 7, and Elyah, 2 , born of his union with Delphine Jubillar, could Cédric Jubillar be father of a third child ? This is a question raised by Ronan Folgoas in his book. While he was a minor and living with a host family in Montauban, Cédric Jubillar reportedly had an affair with a older woman . 'At first very respectful of the imposed framework, Cédric then wanders into a sentimental relationship with a woman five years his senior “, we read in the book.
Already the mother of a child before the affair with Cédric Jubillar, this woman would again got pregnant . ' Cedric denies being the father, but he is in love and projects himself into a possible family life “, explains Ronan Folgoas. But the separation would have been inevitable and the artisan-plasterer would have had 'struggling to recover from this unfinished romance '.
A few days after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, the investigators had ask the neighborhood , rang at the doors of local residents and tried to find out more about the resident of Cagnac-les-Mines and her husband. According to Ronan Folgoas, the gendarmes ended up meeting a neighbor of the couple who remembered a ' goofy talk ' that she had had with Cédric Jubillar.
He had spoken to him of a ' water hole as an ideal place to hide a body ', a pond 50m from the couple's home. But research, ' a pumping and then a drilling operation ' were then carried out there, without success, we read in the book of the journalist of the Parisian .
Séverine, the companion of Cédric Jubillar , made disturbing revelations in the new book by Ronan Folgoas , journalist at Parisian , The Jubillar Mystery . 'When I asked Cédric about his examination by the medical examiner, he told me that he had the underside of his nails cleaned and the b... He then explained to me know how to erase fingerprints . Just sand hands with sandpaper “, she recalled. The craftsman-plasterer would have made many other disturbing statements to her: “ In the same vein, Cédric also explained to me that he was easy to conceal a body, simply give it to pigs who eat everything but the teeth '.
But in addition to Séverine, Cédric Jubillar has also knew a certain Justine , whose first name has been changed for the sake of anonymity. After the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, it was she who contacted the craftsman-plasterer to offer him a financial aid . ' Initially, I consider Cédric as a victim, a husband who has lost his wife and who finds himself with children to raise in a certain precariousness , judging by the exterior condition of the house' , she told Ronan Folgoas.
The father of the family categorically refused financial assistance ...but he didn't cut contact. A few weeks after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, both began a virtual relationship . 'He is very endearing to me, writes to me every day, sends me pictures of his daily life , at work, at the supermarket, at home. I remember one photo in particular where he showed himself making pizza with his son. “, said Justine.
Then, the virtual friends started talking to each other by video. One day, the conversation slipped into a real (quick) game of seduction. Justine simply offered her ' a view of his chest ', while Cédric Jubillar had just get naked' completely, without telling her ' . The plasterer then asked to meet the young woman... who refuse , especially out of fear' to meet in the Jubillar house '. A virtual relationship that ended as quickly as it began.
For his book, Ronan Folgoas managed to interview Cédric Jubillar, before he was placed on guard on sight. During this conversation, the artisan-plasterer evoked memories with his wife, sometimes happy, sometimes painful. When Delphine Jubillar's husband shared his suspicion of infidelity , the journalist detected a threatening speech ... which could have looked like a confession.
'S your gaze freezes and his singing voice suddenly becomes almost threatening (...) To give strength to his words, he gets up from the sofa. 'D elphine if i ever find proof that you have a lover and that you sleep elsewhere s...' he begins, mimicking the aggressive tone he would have used towards her. A second pass, maybe two. I have time to wonder if Cédric is not in the process of to make a confession . 'I will use it for the divorce and I will ask for sole custody of the children', he concludes before sitting down again “, we read in an excerpt from the book unveiled by The Parisian.
' troubled by the verbal violence that he fleetingly let appear, I remain silent and mark a pause. For his part, the pressure has subsided. Cédric then clarifies that he has no j never got this proof ', described Ronan Folgoas, then troubled by the turn the conversation had taken.
A few days after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, a man had confessed to the murder of the nurse . On the morning of Christmas Eve, a woman went to the police station to show investigators the message sent to her by her ex-companion. ' I did kill Delphine. Because she was in a relationship and she didn't want to leave her husband and children for me. We saw each other, we had a fight, I got out of my mind, I didn't recognize myself, I hit her . She died, I buried her in the through “, he wrote in his message.
The investigators therefore first explored this track and the 32-year-old man, whose name has not been revealed, was heard by the gendarmes. But quickly, he withdrew his confession and explained that he had simply written this message to shock his ex-girlfriend. After further investigation, it was my hours of cause .
A player of petanque was he able to remove Delphine Jubillar? According to Séverine, the companion of Cédric Jubillar, a motorhome was parked near the couple's home in Cagnac-les-Mines , at the time of the disappearance of the nurse, nearly a petanque . The man who lived in the motorhome was a friend of the detainee, according to Séverine's words to RTL , and the two men often played pétanque together. The companion of Cédric Jubillar specifies that Delphine Jubillar would also have gone to the motorhome shortly before his disappearance, and regrets that this track was not further explored by the investigators.
More than a year has passed since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, and the children of the nurse, Louis, 7, and Elyah, 2, continue to mourn their mother . Lolita E., cousin of the missing, said, on a support Facebook page: ' Delphine, we miss you. Every day we think of you, of your two children who suffer terribly from your absence. The victims of suffering are Louis and Elyah who mourn their mother every day ! (...) Never again will they see their mother again, never again will they smell her, never again will they hug her, never again will they have kisses '.
During a second interrogation of the husband of Delphine Jubillar, on December 3, 2021, whose JDD was able to consult the minutes, Cédric Jubillar had admitted that he had been violent towards her 6-year-old son, Louis . He admitted to having given ' butt kicks ' to his eldest, and clarified that he did not know ' how did Delphine take it '. According to the friends of the disappeared, this one had ' shame of her husband's violent behavior.
According to the hearing report, an employee of Louis' school also heard Cédric Jubillar refer to his wife as of ' whore ' and ' slut '. Damning statements on which the detainee had been asked to react during his interrogation. But he had simply qualified these remarks ' of humor 'misunderstood.
The lawyer of Cédric Jubillar is the subject of a report for ' ethical questions '. According to Point , Me Jean-Baptiste Alary is suspected of having put pressure on Nadine Fabre , the mother of Cédric Jubillar. Me Jessica Chefaroudi, ex-lawyer of Nadine Fabre, is also the subject of this report.
Both are suspected of having dissuaded Cédric Jubillar's mother from changing lawyers in the fall of 2021. Last September, the detainee's mother confided in a medium, in the program 100% Clairvoyance , on Radio 100% , not thinking of being recorded. She then said that she was ' convinced 'that his son was' guilty 'in the matter of disappearance of Delphine Jubillar .
Realizing that her words are being recorded, she makes a non-disclosure request , but excerpts are still broadcast on the radio's website. His lawyer at the time, Me Jessica Chefaroudi would then have concluded an agreement with the media: the words of Nadine Fabre will not be not aired on the radio provided that this give an interview on the air . Some relatives of Nadine Fabre advise her to change lawyer . This is where she supposedly came under pressure from Me Jean-Baptiste Alary and Me Jessica Chefaroudi. Despite everything, she would have decided to hire Me Antoine Vey and Me Géraldine Vallat, who are now his lawyers .
Cédric Jubillar made damning confidences to former fellow prisoners to whom he had revealed, among other things, the place where he buried his wife , a burnt farm near Cagnac-Les-Mines. If excavations are currently underway to verify if this information is true, Les Avocats by Cédric Jubillar attempt to explain these strange secrets .
' The had already indicated this to his partner in June. She asked him quite urgently the question that everyone asks whether or not he killed Delphine Jubillar “, explained his lawyer Emmanuelle Franck, on BFMTV. And to add: 'By dint of answering him that he did nothing and that he is innocent, he ended up telling him, in an ironic tone that we can discuss of course, that he had killed and buried Delphine in the farm which burned down '.
But why did he confide in his former fellow prisoner? ' It would seem that he worked the same way with his fellow prisoner since we know that all him kept asking whether or not he was the author of murder of his wife (...) The cry son innocence from the beginning and he does not understand that we continue to fight and maybe does he respond to this nonsense with nonsense behavior “, detailed the lawyer, who specified that the farm had already been searched in June 2021.
Investigators are not only looking for the body of Delphine Jubillar. the cell phone of the missing is also an object that catches their attention, since it has never been found since the nurse is nowhere to be found. ' This is a procedural element which is very important in this case, it cannot be found at this stage, it may contain the key to the mystery. He may have been thrown into the pit with the victim. “, says one in the documentary of BFMTV, Next case , devoted to the mystery of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar.
The inhabitants of Cagnac-Les-Mines are used to seeing investigators and other curious tourists wandering around since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. But local residents are not very optimistic about the fate that may have been reserved for the mother. ' Some say she is buried in the corner , other than she is weighted in the Tarn and that we will never find her . Cédric walks the investigators, he is a manipulator . For me, it is somewhere in the Tarn. But for his children, whom I sincerely pity, wish that they find something, that they can bury him', I explained an inhabitant au Parisian .
Cédric Jubillar would be afraid of' the passing water , runoff, and that the boars go scratch the ground ' at the place where he supposedly would have buried his wife, Delphine Jubillar . In any case, this is what they claim some fellow prisoners of the plasterer, who were heard by the investigators, according to BFM TV . They would have, like the former fellow prisoner Marco, collected the confidences of Cédric Jubillar. According to these declarations, this one would also fear the ' friends of his ex-partner ' who ' organized research near this location '. At the wheel of a ' salvaged white car 'the one' transported the body 'of his wife and would be away' dumped next to a place where it burned “, also specified the fellow prisoners.
The son of Jubillar would it have been drugged the evening of his mother's disappearance , December 15? In any case, this is the hypothesis evoked by The New Detective . ' The gendarmes wondered how Cédric could have get rid of the body without attracting the attention of his son ', lit-on. One hair removal was therefore carried out on Louis, 7 years old, in order to validate or not the suspicions. But the analyzes having been carried out 60 days after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar , they would not be as reliable as the investigators would have liked.
While some excavations are currently being carried out on a burnt farm where Cédric Jubillar would have declared having buried his wife, according to the words of his former fellow prisoner, the former craftsman-plasterer banged his fist on the table. ' I have tell anyone anything “, he wrote in one of the two recent letters he sent to his partner Séverine , according The Dispatch . Obviously, he regrets the confidences he would have made to his former fellow prisoner, Marco, whom he qualifies as ' bullshit '. In these missives, he apologized to his companion for the police custody she suffered on December 15, 2021, for ' complicity in concealment of corpse “. She was then promptly released.” Now no more chatter with anyone , I promise you “, he assured Séverine.
' Marco is one of the people who b... to both of you, with false testimonies that's why you were in custody. You can't trust anyone ', he continued before advising Séverine: ' You need porthé plinte (sic) against him for slanderous denunciation (…) I gave him your phone number, it was for once outside for a drink, but in the end he used it for something else. '.
Delphine Jubillar's mobile phone had mysteriously activated after she disappeared. The New Detective has found out why. ' Who was playing with the phone, the killer? Delphine herself, still alive? In reality, these are investigators who were accessing the device remotely '. At the time, these were trying to detect geographically the mobile phone , but without success.
Cédric Jubillar was far from being appreciated by its neighbors. Delphine Jubillar's husband was considered ' a arrogant and deceitful boy ', according The New Detective . He would even have made life difficult for his neighbors. ' He is suspected of having siphoned a fuel tank , and to have tarred the facade of a neighbor , who criticized him for letting his dog defecate anywhere “, we read. Cédric Jubillar would not have tempered his character in prison. Cédric Jubillar talks a lot about him. He considers himself a star of the isolation ward . As soon as we talk about him on television, he announces it to everyone in the neighborhood “, explained a fellow prisoner to the media.
When the sons of the Jubillars was auditioned at the end of November by the investigating judges, he claimed to have seen his parents ' argue and cling ', on December 15, 2020, the evening of the disappearance of his mother. But, according to The Dispatch , the 7-year-old boy's hearing did not not been filmed . However, each hearing of a minor, carried out in the context of criminal proceedings, must be captured by a camera. Result? Louis' words might not be usable for the investigation, since the audition would be canceled . In addition, it was notified that the Jubillars' son was heard on November 26. However, in reality, the hearing would have taken place on 25 November. As much procedural errors which could invalidate the testimony of the child, however valuable for the investigation.
Cédric Jubillar did he kill his wife? That's what his former cellmate Marco thinks. He had collected the confidences of the artisan-plasterer and had even met the latter's companion, Séverine, according to The Parisian . At each meeting, he would have made a report to the investigators. This would have confirmed with the former fellow prisoner that Cédric Jubillar had appointed him the place where he buried his wife . She would even have guided Marco to the Jubillar home before leading him near a farmhouse that burned down last April . This is where Delphine Jubillar could be buried , according to this testimony.
But Séverine would have refused to continue further, thinking she was ' chip 'by the gendarmes, still according to The Parisian . She would even have sent Marco the GPS coordinates of the farm , via the Snapchat social network, as well as the names and surnames of Delphine Jubillar's lover and her companion. Their idea was to move the body to bury him near the couple's home and blame them.
Disturbingly, during one of their meetings, Marco would have filmed in secret for a few moments. On the video, Séverine would have dropped: ' It shows a body that was moved? (…) I don't know how you're going to find that again, your nerves are on edge, stupid? '.
Cédric Jubillar would have developed a strange secret code by writing a letter to his companion Séverine. ' I have some dark thoughts and the shrink's pills have no effect. I tell myself that it will make a lot of people happy and that many people will not necessarily miss me. The positive point is that the gendarmes can close the case . Since I'm their only suspect “, he wrote in a letter seized by justice according to The Parisian .
But in the margin of the sheet, the prisoner would have written the numbers ' 68, 18, 35, 13, 56, 80 '. The warrant officer of the Toulouse research section finally managed to crack this code . This is a ' alphabet in which pairs of digits must be replaced by letters of the alphabet ', so that he can correspond with his partner . ' J T AIM FOR MY ANG. I WANT TO MAKE LOVE EVERYWHERE ', he reportedly wrote in coded language.' GOOD READING PD IF YOU TROUF L CODE (sic)', he would have added, visibly to the attention of the investigators.
' Cédric Jubillar is so sure that his message will not be deciphered that he takes advantage of it to insult those who might find the code (…). We can wonder about what he needs to confide to his companion, without justice having to know about it' , specifies the gendarme in his report.
Le Parisien also mentions the revelations made by the former co-detainee of Cédric Jubillar to investigators. He would have claimed to have been able to gain the confidence of the artisan-plasterer to the point that the latter revealed to him that he had killed Delphine Jubillar. 'He reportedly first saw a message from his wife's lover who she was texting with. He took his phone out of his hands and saw the messages. That's what pissed him off (…). He claims to be the biggest cuckold in France. He told me he knew where to bury her before the fact. He explained to me that he followed his wife by geolocating her , having tried to hack his phone without success. He knew what was coming r', had confided the ex-fellow of Cédric Jubillar, nicknamed Marco.
According to him, Cédric Jubillar would have revealed to his companion the place where the remains of his wife are and would have benefited from the help of the her eldest son , a former friend of poker. A second prisoner is said to have also confirmed having heard these words. ' He said she was a whore, a bitch, that she had sex objects in his locker at work , that she cheated on him ', he recounted. If Séverine had been taken into custody for ' complicity in concealment of corpse “, the gendarmes had quickly released her for lack of evidence.
Cedric Jubillar's son had been heard by the investigating judges on November 26 and some of his statements were disturbing, even ' embarrassing 'for the husband of Delphine Jubillar, according to The Parisian . According to the 7-year-old, his parents would have argued the evening of December 15, shortly before the disappearance of the nurse, around 11 p.m., while Cédric Jubillar claimed to be sleeping at that time. He remembers having heard the heated conversation after pushing the door open. ' I remember they were pushing each other, I saw them, because in fact I had gotten out of bed, the door was a little open and I was looking (…) They pushed each other with both arms , once dad and once mom “, he told the investigating judges. His mother would then have let go of Cédric Jubillar: “ Stop '.
That same evening, according to statements by 7-year-old Louis, his father said: ' So, since it is like that, we are going to separate '. But the child cannot remember the exact chronology of events. When did this sentence was spoken ? Did this virulent conversation take place on the evening of December 15, 2020 ? He just remembers that famous argument having happened ' and between the couch and the tree “. However, the Jubillars had bought their tree shortly before December 15, 2020, which means that this conversation would have taken place, if not on December 15, a few days before, at the earliest.
Most Cédric Jubillar , which was confronted with the declarations of his son by the investigators on December 3, 2021, tried to discredit the words of his son, still according to The Parisian . ' For me, I think the fight he's telling you about is an argument that has already taken place . When he says the sentence: Since it's like that, we're going to separate, I think he's talking to you about the last argument he remembers but which didn't date from the evening exactly (…) The fact that he specify this sentence, it does not make sense since the divorce is already recorded, we had each taken our lawyers for the divorce “, he reportedly said.
' The various statements of Louis, during his two hearings by the gendarmes (December 16, 2020 and January 20, 2021, editor's note) , then in the chamber of judges, present glaring developments and contradictions between them ', said the prisoner's lawyer, Me Alexandre Martin.
The judges also pointed to an intriguing detail. In the Jubillar living room, the broken glasses by Delphine Jubillar were found by investigators. One of the branches had been found under the couch, while the rest of the glasses lay on the table. ' They were already broken for a while “, assured Cédric Jubillar.
While the detainee continued to deny en bloc, the investigating judges asked him what could have happened to Delphine Jubillar, according to him. ' I don't know what happened to him and I would really like to know . It could allow me to get out of all this misery that overwhelms me today when I am innocent. I never hurt her and it's not today, nor yesterday, nor the day before yesterday that I would have hurt him “, he replied.
If Séverine had been placed in police custody last December, it is in particular because of the testimony of the former cell neighbor of Cédric Jubillar , who claimed to have been able to communicate with the husband of the disappeared during their detention. According to the former prisoner, the plasterer at the time asked him to dig up his wife's body and to get help from his new companion, Séverine.
But according to The Dispatch , these are not the only astonishing declarations of the former neighbor of cell of Cédric Jubillar. According to him, the husband of Delphine Jubillar would have openly told him killing his wife . ' He surprised Delphine texting her lover , picking up her phone in the living room and he killed her ... He told me, ' they didn't even find the knife ', he said, adding that the plasterer described himself as ' the biggest cuckold in France '.
An element has just been clarified and could change the investigation. While on June 18, prosecutor Dominique Alzéari indicated in his press conference that Cédric Jubillar was in the process of washing a duvet with which his wife slept, in the washing machine, the morning of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar. Strange behavior. However according to free midi , it has been proven that Cédric Jubillar did not wash duvets, but you linge .
For Cédric Jubillar's lawyer, it is 'shocking' that the public prosecutor of Toulouse has 'publicly exposed erroneous elements' pic.twitter.com/5hnYTlCUQk— BFMTV (@BFMTV) January 6, 2022
For the lawyers of Cédric Jubillar, including Me Franck and Martin who spoke on BFM TV , ' the prosecutor lied 'His other lawyer, Me Alary, judge' shocking 'the fact that he has' publicly exposed erroneous elements '.
Cédric Jubillar would have tied friendships with fellow inmates from Seysses prison, according to The Parisian . The mysterious fellow prisoner reportedly told investigators after his release that Cédric Jubillar had confided in him about his new partner Séverine. He would even have asked him to move the body of Delphine Jubillar with the help of his current partner. He would have told him to have buried the body near a farm that is believed to have burned down . If we are to believe the daily, the investigators judge this testimony ' credible '.
But how could the plasterer make contact with a fellow prisoner if he is placed in solitary confinement ? ' It happens (...) The prisoners shout, passing messages through small openings, day and night ', admitted the prison of Seysses to France Blue .
' Since six months, he lives alone in a cell of nine square meters from which he leaves only two hours a day. He speaks to no one, except to the ghosts of inmates screaming in the cells next door and to the prison administration staff whose role and job is not to maintain a friendly discussion. with the inmates. The only real discussions he has are once a week with his lawyers. So this man begins to to be psychologically affected and that's normal. I believe that was the purpose of this isolation. These things need to stop ASAP. “, lamented his lawyer Me Jean-Baptiste Alary.
According The Parisian , the companion of Cédric Jubillar would have made disturbing revelations about the artisan plasterer and the Corps of Delphine Jubillar . ' I asked him the question directly: 'What did you do with it?' And he replies: 'I buried her near a tree near the farm that burned down ', she would have declared. And to specify however: ' He says it while laughing so I don't think he's serious. In fact, I can't really figure it out. I want to convince myself that he is innocent but I still have doubts '.
#Disappearance of #Delphinejubillar : end of police custody for Séverine L., her husband's new companion has provided 'satisfactory answers' to the investigators #delphine #Jubillar #FaitsDivers #justice #occitanie https://t.co/XR4p5EN9RS via @lindependant— The Independent (@independent) December 16, 2021
A year after the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar, the current partner of Cédric Jubillar was arrested and taken into custody for ' complicity of concealment of corpse 'in Gaillac, in the Tarn, on the morning of December 15, according to FranceInfo . His home in Lescure d'Albigeois. located between Albi and Cagnac-Les-Mines, had been searched, specified The Midi Dispatch . Other suspects were taken into custody , indicate The Parisian . ' From these hearings could result other operations in the afternoon ', lit.Source journaldesfemmes.fr