The mystery hangs over the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar since this night from December 15 to 16, 2020. If the noose is tightening on her husband Cédric with whom she was in divorce proceedings, currently in pre-trial detention for spousal homicide for almost a year, the fact that no trace of the nurse has been found raises questions. In The New Detective, her lover’s confidences fuel the hypotheses again and again. In its edition of April 27, 2022, Le Nouveau Détective revealed excerpts from a discussion with the lover of Montauban, a nickname that the 30-year-old from Cagnac-les-Mines had given to the man she met in June 2020 on the Gleeden app. With him, plans for the future were put in place, she who wanted to end her “life of Bidochon” with Cédric Jubillar. She had notably made a purchase which was not insignificant a few days before giving no more sign of life, on December 12, 2020: a car. As if to move forward in her life, ready to be freed from her relationship in full disintegration with her husband, Delphine Jubillar wanted a new car. With her new companion, she went to a garage near the town of Agen: “Delphine is coming to try out a second-hand C4, spotted by Jean, to replace . The car has mileage on the odometer but for 3,700 euros, it is frankly a good deal. The sale is quickly concluded.” This purchase confirmed, the couple says to each other soon: Delphine takes the bus to go home to her two children Louis and Elyah, while her discreet lover returns to his piano lessons. The latter does not know that this is the last time he will see the Tarn nurse. Information that makes even more incomprehensible the thesis, supported by her spouse, according to which she would have vanished, abandoning all her effects, to live … in Spain. For the lawyer for the relatives of Delphine née Aussaguel, a motive has emerged, confirmed by the analysis of the young woman’s broken glasses and the psychiatric expertise of suspect number 1: seeing his wife inexorably escape him, he would have passed in action. Cédric Jubillar remains presumed innocent of the charges against him until the final judgment of this case.
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