On August 23, 2012, host Jean-Luc Delarue tragically died at the age of 48 following stomach and peritoneal cancer. A brutal death which left in mourning his first companion, the journalist Élisabeth Bos t as well as their child Jean, born on October 21, 2006. After their breakup in 2010, the star animator had found love in the arms of a woman named Anissa. Three months before his death, the couple decided to officially unite at Belle-Île-en-Mer in Brittany. A marriage which will be at the origin of a legal battle after his disappearance.

Indeed, as the reminder of the Parisian, Elisabeth Bost had started a legal battle in order to cancel the marriage of Anissa Delarue in order to assert the rights of succession of her son Jean. In addition, the columnist of the Grand 8 also requested the cancellation of the will of Jean-Luc Delarue, written two months before his death which “provided for a division of the inheritance between Anissa Delarue and her son Jean”, report our colleagues. But how much are we talking about? With the resale of his production company, the amount would be around 22 million euros.

A legal battle that the journalist finally lost. “For the court” the marriage was a carefully thought-out project “even before the discovery of the disease”, said Anissa Delarue’s lawyer, Master Szpiner, on his Twitter account in 2016.

Since then, the two women had become more and more discreet in the media, no longer wishing to speak on the subject. On the occasion of the broadcast of a documentary broadcast this Wednesday, August 24, the Parisian devoted its columns to Jean-Luc Delarue. We learned in particular that the journalist Élisabeth Bost would have remarried in 2020.