Séverine L., 44, has been Cédric Jubillar's new partner since mid-April.
They lived under the same roof, several nights a week.
Especially in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), at the home of Delphine Jubillar's husband, who has not given any sign of life since mid-December.
After the indictment of her companion for intentional homicide by spouse, she still believes him innocent and paints the portrait of an endearing, gentle… and angry companion.
What do you think of the burden on your boyfriend?
Listening to the Toulouse public prosecutor, I understood that the investigators had in fact nothing serious against Cédric.
They are just little things added to each other.
I may have had doubts at the start of the custody.
Today, more than ever, I believe him to be innocent.
Before his arrest on Wednesday, did you never have any doubts about his involvement?
Of course, I asked myself questions… But Cédric was always looking for answers.
He told me that he wanted to know the truth so that he could one day tell his children.
And then he never spoke to me about Delphine in the past tense.
On the contrary.
He still hoped that she would come back and spoke to his children and me as if she could come back someday.
Isn't that contradicting the fact that he was rebuilding his life with you?
Not at all.
He was in the process of separation and understood that his wife was in the process of rebuilding her life with another man.
He didn't know who it was and told me he had never had any formal proof.
But he understood what was going on and he lived it very badly.
He felt devalued.
So even if Delphine came back one day, he wouldn't have wanted to live with her again.
Either way, it would have been impossible.
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What projects did you have together?
He had just bought a tiller and planned to finish the work on his house.
He wanted to make a room for my son.
So that we all settle under the same roof.
Me, I admit, it seemed difficult to settle down permanently in this house where Delphine had lived.
How did you become Cédric Jubillar's girlfriend?
My first telephone contact with him dates back to the days following Delphine's disappearance.
He's a friend of my son and I just wanted to tell him that I was supportive of him.
Then, at the beginning of April, while I was regularly researching to find a trace of Delphine, I discovered a sweater.
I showed it to Cédric.
But that didn't mean anything to him.
Then around mid-April we had dinner together and our story began.
I got attached to him and he got attached to me.
How was he with you in everyday life?
He was gentle and adorable to me 90% of the time.
And then, suddenly, he could type a little nervous attack and it would fall back as quickly as it went up ...
What did a nervous breakdown look like as you say?
I have never experienced physical violence from him.
He raises his voice, gets angry for a yes or a no, especially against his son ... and then he calms down.
He is like that, you have to know him.
Besides, I'm a bit the same as him.
And if not, what else to say about its general behavior?
Between his work and his children, he had very busy days.
As soon as he woke up at six in the morning, he would start doing the dishes and cleaning.
He's a neat freak on the inside.
Okay, outside it's a mess, but he didn't know where to start.
Then he left for work around 7:30 am and returned around 5:30 pm.
He would then play with the children, checking to see if Louis's homework was done.
And then, then, we went to bed early, around 10:30 p.m.
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How did he sleep?
Like a baby who sleeps well.
He would fall asleep two minutes after bedtime, start snoring, and sleep until the next morning.
I was in awe of his ability to fall asleep on command.
All he had to do was lie down on the floor.
He was a very regular user of narcotics.
What effect did this have on his attitude?
His thing was cannabis, weed, and CBD.
But never hard drugs.
In fact, he smokes all day and it costs him a lot of money.
But I never saw him amorphous.
On the contrary, smoking gives him energy.
However, as soon as he had nothing more to smoke, it became difficult for him.
In those cases, I felt him nervous, on edge.