Disappearance of Delphine Jubillar: her husband accuses her of being an absent mother, "she was doing nothing"

On October 15, 2021, Cédric Jubillar underwent a careful questioning by the examining magistrates concerning his relationship with his wife Delphine who disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-Les-Mines in the Tarn. Presenting himself as the only one to really take care of their children Louis and Elyah (7 years old and soon 2 years old), the 34-year-old drywall painter confided: “I was the only one to take care of Louis’ education, because Delphine did nothing, she only left him in front of the TV“. Visibly still up against his wife, he added:”Yeah, I was fed up, I was struggling on all fronts, the children, the housework, the food, the outdoors, I was all alone to do everything, so when I said that, I was angry, j was letting off steam, he defends himself. Like I told you, I’m the con.

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Presented as a very authoritarian father by The Parisian, Cédric was indeed more present at home since Delphine worked as a nurse while the craftsman did not have a regular job. The couple’s children have since been placed with the sister of the missing nurse, Stephanie as “trusted third party“, by decision of the juvenile judge last June, during the indictment and imprisonment of Cédric Jubillar in Seysses for”murder on spouseThis decision is valid for one year, renewable. The children also have the right to see their paternal grandmother, who has a right of accommodation on Tuesday evening and every other weekend, as well as the brother by Delphine Jubillar at the rate of one weekend per month.

Cédric Jubillar’s three lawyers pleaded on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 a new request for the release of their client before the investigating chamber of the Toulouse Court of Appeal. Masters Alary, Franck and Martin defended the idea that the cluster of clues “serious and concordant“presented by the prosecution are insufficient to justify the continued detention of Cédric. The painter-plasterer still firmly denies any involvement in the disappearance of his wife.

Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the facts with which he is accused until the final judgment of this case.

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