A home of happy and sad memories. This small pavilion, located in Gray-la-Ville (Haute-Saône), has a most symbolic value for the family of Alexia Fouillot, killed by her husband Jonathann Daval on the night of October 27 to 28, 2017. According to information from the Parisian, a court decision had imposed on the murderer, then owner of half of the property, to sell his shares to the parents and the sister of the victim. At the beginning of July, therefore, Isabelle Fouillot, Alexia’s mother, will attend the lifting of the seals and will finally be able to recover the keys to this family home.

Before being a sordid crime scene, this house at number 18 was where Isabelle was born and raised. In the columns of the regional daily, the family lawyers, Maîtres Gilles-Jean and Jean-Hubert Portejoie, underline: “Alexia’s parents had only one real claim, it was to recover this family home , both a place of happiness and tragedy”. Sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of his wife, Jonathann Daval is legally unworthy of any succession to Alexia Fouillot.

If the question of the transfer of the shares of the house of Gray-sur-Ville is behind the Fouillot family, another part of the investigation remains open. While still under seal, the home was burglarized in 2019. Among the items stolen were two sex toys, Alexia and Jonathann’s wedding photo album, a camcorder and the wedding ring. of the deceased. According to Le Parisien, the Portejoie firm filed a complaint with a civil action following these thefts.