She was arrested last March.
Swiss justice extradited Camille's mother to France on Tuesday, who had kidnapped her from her father in 2011 at the age of 5, announced the Swiss newspaper Le Matin, citing a press release from the Federal Office of Justice (FOJ).
In 2011, little Camille, a resident of Carqueiranne, in the Var, disappeared shortly after Christmas, while her parents were tearing themselves apart to obtain custody of her.
An investigation is opened.
Suspicions turn to his mother, Priscilla Majani, a military engineer, employee of the General Directorate of Armaments, described as "unstable" by the local press.
She had just picked up the child to spend the holidays.
Tried three times, Priscilla Majani was sentenced to six years in prison for "non-representation of a minor", "slanderous denunciation" and "child abduction", by the Toulon Judicial Court.
The mother does not appear in court.
The authorities lose track of him.
She was sentenced in her absence by the French courts to 6 years in prison for non-representation of a minor, slanderous denunciation and child abduction.
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March 1, 2022. Priscilla Majani was finally apprehended in the canton of Vaud (Switzerland), during a simple roadside check.
His face was recognizable, plastered in police stations.
Interpol had issued a search sheet.
The mother and Camille, now a teenager, lived unbeknownst to everyone in the Canton of Vaud.
On Tuesday, the Federal Office of Justice extradited Camille's mother to France.
The latter, now a teenager, was placed in a Swiss home.
According to a statement from the OFJ, the mother was handed over to France.
The future of the young Camille is however not yet known.