Death of Mayliss, 18 years old: four people, including her ex-boyfriend, indicted: Femme Actuelle Le MAG

On February 14, 2024, Mayliss was reported missing in Vitry-sur-Seine (Val-de-Marne). Whilean investigation into a disturbing disappearance had been opened, his body was found Thursday February 22, 2024 near a tunnel located under the A6 motorway, not far from Chilly-Mazarin, in Essonne, as reported The Dispatch. The Évry-Courcouronnes public prosecutor’s office has opened a murder investigation. According to information from Parisianpublished in an article on Saturday February 24, 2024, four people were indicted. “Three of them were indicted for murder, harming the physical integrity of a corpse and altering the inventory of a crime.”, declared the prosecution, to our colleagues. Among these four people is the former companion of young Mayliss.

Aged 16, he would have requested a deferred debate. “He remains incarcerated until Monday while waiting”, specifies the Évry-Courcouronnes public prosecutor’s office. Aged 16 and 20, two of the other people indicted were placed in pre-trial detention. Finally, the fourth individual, aged 15, was indicted on charges of endangering the physical integrity of a corpse and altering the inventory of a crime scene. It has for the moment been placed under the status of assisted witness for the assassination. He was not placed in pre-trial detention.

The autopsy gives its first conclusions

As stated The Parisian, he is supervised by a provisional educational measure and placed in a home. During their hearings, the four people indicted did not reveal a motive regarding the assassination of Mayliss. They would have remained relatively quiet in police custody. As for the autopsy carried out as part of the investigation, it would have revealed “multiple stab wounds all over his body. Burn marks were found on the body, believed to be post-mortem at this stage”, affirmed the prosecution. The investigation continues as part of the investigation opened by the Évry-Courcouronnes public prosecutor’s office.

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