As the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Delphine Jubillar continues, the police now know exactly whether the nurse’s children were drugged or not on December 15, 2020, as revealed by Le Parisien.
Disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, Delphine Jubillar remains still and always untraceable at the present time, despite the efforts made by the authorities. Indeed, the investigators in charge of this case have carried out numerous searches over the months, especially near the nurse’s home, unfortunately without any conclusive results so far. If some people still hope to see the police find the young mother alive, the majority of people following this case now believe that Delphine Jubillar must be dead, and that it is now necessary to find his corpse.
As part of their investigations, investigators preceded the arrest of the nurse’s husband, Cedric Jubillar. Indicted for “spousal homicide“, the craftsman was placed in pre-trial detention on June 18, 2021. Claiming his innocence in this case from the start, the father of Delphine Jubillar’s children has filed several requests for release through his lawyers, all of which have been rejected so far. In an attempt to elucidate this mystery which has fascinated France for more than a year and a half now, the investigators carried out new expert reports which rendered their verdict.
Jubillar case: no presence of drugs in the analyzes of the couple’s children
According to information disclosed by The Parisian Monday, August 1, 2022, hair analysis children of Delphine and Cédric Jubillar demonstrated that they had not been drugged the evening of the disappearance of the nurse. This element could prove to be very useful for the lawyers responsible for defending the craftsman. For the record, the testimony of Cédric Jubillar’s eldest son on the course of the night during which his mother disappeared was crucial, given that he contradicted several statements previously made by his father. Since his incarceration, Delphine Jubillar’s children were placed, by court order, with their aunt, Delphine Jubillar’s sister.