we know the probable cause of his death

Singer Patrick Juvet, performer of the hit “Where are the women?”, Died on April 1, 2021. The results of his autopsies have just been communicated.

It was at the age of 70 that singer Patrick Juvet died. His agent Yann Idoux had not heard from him for some time. It was a friend of the latter who came to visit the singer and found him dead in his apartment in Barcelona, ​​Spain. The causes of death remained difficult to identify until now, but this Wednesday, April 7, 2021, a statement released by AFP said more about the circumstances. “According to the first elements of the autopsy, the singer was carried away at the age of 70 by a cardiac arrest”, can we read.

This Thursday, April 8, 2021, an interview with his friend Michel Algay, producer on his tour “Tender age”, was published in Paris Match. The latter explains that the singer was more and more fragile because of covid-19. Indeed, according to him, the mental health of the interpreter of “Where are the women?” went the worst: “No more outings, no more restaurants or concerts: I’m sick of being locked up, isolated”, he confided to his relatives. Michel Algay adds: “He didn’t kill himself, but let himself die of despair. Covid-19 slowly killed him.” Yann Idoux, for his part, had already mentioned the ill-being of Patrick Juvet to CNews : “He was fine. Well, he had put on weight a little because he was bored, he was a little in isolation. What bothered him was that he could no longer go out, with the Covid.”

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