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Jubillar case: the embarrassment and suspicions of Cédric's mother


Cédric Jubillar's mother told a Tarn radio station that she was convinced, rightly or wrongly, of her son's guilt, without really saying

Nadine F., 50 years old, the mother of Cédric Jubillar, finds herself today at the heart of a mediatico-legal imbroglio which speaks volumes about her distress.

Three months after the indictment and the remand in custody of her son for "murder by spouse", she no longer knows what or who to hang on to.

Last week, in desperation, Nadine therefore requested the services of a clairvoyant who officiates on the airwaves of 100% Radio, a local radio station which broadcasts in the Tarn department.

The telephone meeting was set for Thursday, September 16, in the afternoon. From the outset, Nadine specifies that she does not want the conversation to be recorded. For her, it can only be an exchange in a "private" and "intimate" setting. After having obtained this guarantee, Nadine asks a very meaningful question to the clairvoyant. She wants to know where Delphine, Albi's nurse, who disappeared on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020 in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), could be.

“I would like to know where my daughter-in-law's body is so that we can provide her with a decent burial,” she says.

The host of the show understands that "Nadine F. de Carmaux" (that's how she introduced herself) is actually Cédric Jubillar's mother.

Tone change.

It is no longer a clairvoyance session but a discussion with broken sticks which then begins.

"I am unfortunately convinced of my son's guilt"

Obviously, Nadine has a lot on her heart.

She lets go.

His words are meant to stay off,

but, according to the explanation given by a journalist of 100% Radio, the telephone calls are systematically the object of an automatic recording on the waiters. They are finally published in written form on the radio website on Wednesday. "Before police custody in June, I was convinced of my son's innocence, after police custody and all that the gendarmes showed me, I am unfortunately convinced of my son's guilt" she reportedly said, without further specifying why she came to think so. Contacted by the Parisian this Wednesday, Nadine F. confirms having correctly pronounced this sentence.

Following this thunderous statement, a local radio journalist contacted Nadine F.'s lawyer, first to verify the authenticity of the identity of the famous “Nadine F. de Carmaux”.

Then propose a new meeting, Tuesday, September 21, in the premises of the radio in Albi.

“It was clearly agreed that Nadine participates in this program and that, on the other hand, her remarks made off-air would not be made public, affirms Me Jessica Chefaroudi.

This was not the case and we are investigating the possibility of filing a complaint for breach of privacy.


To read also "We did not quarrel, with Delphine, that evening": the new revelations on the Jubillar affair

As part of this interview broadcast in two parts, Tuesday September 21 and Wednesday September 22, Nadine F. makes much more consensual or even aseptic comments. "I leave it to the courts to do their job, 


she said, for example. Relaunched on the previous statements, she begins a semblance of retraction without going completely back to the substance of her remarks.


I know what I said but when I spoke to your colleague it was in the course of a discussion… not intimate but private. I calmed down a bit and I'm restraining my words, 



She also explains having contacted Christine, the clairvoyant of 100% Radio

 like a bottle in the sea




to know the truth”

. " 

I want to know where my daughter-in-law is 


because for the moment,


 I will not be able to tell my grandson or my granddaughter where their mother is ... 


Placed in pre-trial detention in the Toulouse-Seysses remand center, Cédric Jubillar, 34, must be heard on October 15 by the investigating judges in charge of the case.

Source: leparis

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