What really happened on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 between Delphine and Cédric Jubillar? What did their son Louis (7 years old) hear when he was in his room? How to question these children already traumatized by the disappearance of their mother and could they have been manipulated by their father so as not to make revelations which could harm him? Eleven months after the 34-year-old nurse disappeared, investigators decided to re-interview the eldest child at the end of November to see if he could provide new information that could finally unravel the mystery surrounding the Jubillar couple.
Their father being imprisoned in the prison of Seysses (near Toulouse) since June 18, Louis and Elyah were placed with their mother’s sister and are trying to rebuild themselves away from the media. A few weeks after the disappearance of his mother, Louis had already been questioned by investigators who had tried to find out if he had possibly heard an argument between his parents on the evening of December 15, 2020. According to the little boy, his parents did not. were not in dispute but they had talked about divorce. He had heard the phrase in particular: “Since it’s like that, then we’re gonna go our separate ways“ before providing further details: “Afterwards, I heard swear words. I heard that maybe they were doing this (he extends his arms horizontally to mimic the scene). Afterwards I fell asleep. Maybe it was mom or not who said that. Afterwards, I didn’t hear anything anymore“.
Upset by the disappearance of their mother, Louis and Elyah sent him tender words of love that they left in front of the family home on November 15 on the occasion of his 34th birthday. “Mom, we love you. We miss you. Happy birthday. Elyah and Louis“.
For his part, Cédric Jubillar still claims his innocence in the disappearance of Delphine and recently made a new request for release. The Court of Appeal will deliver its decision on November 22.
Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the facts with which he is accused until the final judgment of this case.