Indicted for the murder of his wife, Delphine, Cédric Jubillar is imprisoned in Seysses prison. For Femme Actuelle, her new partner, Séverine, explained how the case had impacted her.
Eight months have passed since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar … If the husband of the young nurse, Cédric, has been in solitary confinement for two months, he continues to proclaim his innocence. While his wife’s colleagues are convinced that he is guilty, the father of two can count on the support of his new partner Séverine. For Current wife, the latter confided: “I am alone against all but it does not matter. I am sure of what I am saying. His brother and his friends are also behind him. It is impossible that he did such a thing. Cedric had a very difficult life, he grew from household to household and he managed to have a wife he loved more than anything, he had two beautiful children, he built his house with his own hands so that in the end, it all falls on him. It is unfair.“
In love, Séverine will defend Cédric Jubillar to the end. As the case hits her very hard, she explained: “Today, my mother no longer speaks to me, nor does my father. I’m living a crazy story. I am in remission from cancer, this period is very difficult for me. I have two children, 24 and 16 years old, but I will not let go of Cédric. He is a lovely person, the best of all the men I have met in my life. I trust him completely, I know he’s innocent … I really wonder what he’s doing in prison.“Convinced of the innocence of the man she loves, Séverine assured:”I support him 100% and I will never let go of his hand. I trust him and I know it’s not him. I will fight to the end to unravel the truth and get him out of there.“
Séverine sees a future with Cédric Jubillar
Explaining in the columns of Current wife that they had never let go since their meeting on April 15, Séverine revealed: “Before his incarceration, we were just beginning our story. We got along so well that yes, it’s true, we were talking about future projects. We didn’t imagine ourselves too far but we wanted to move forward together. I gave him back a taste for life, I gave him back a smile. He started to take care of his house again, to take things in hand …“