Jubillar case: new details on the role of Delphine’s lover


It has been gone for 14 long months. On the night of December 15 to 16, 2020, Delphine Jubillar, a 33-year-old nurse, evaporated after leaving her home in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn). Since then, the case has kept the whole of France in suspense.

A few months after the disappearance of the mother of the family, her husband, Cédric Jubillar, is indicted. His disturbing behavior, as well as a bundle of clues, accuse him. But nothing comes to formally prove his guilt. And above all, the body of the young mother remains untraceable.

In an attempt to unravel the Jubillar mystery, investigators took a close interest in the couple’s life. They discovered that Delphine, at the time of the tragedy, wanted a divorce. The young nurse had a lover, a certain Jean, whom she had been seeing since the summer.

The evening of his disappearance, Delphine Jubillar even exchanges with the latter, and sends him a photo of her, in undress. This is the last person she will give a sign of life to. At the time, Jean was a married man.

And two days earlier, his wife learned of the affair. She sends, that day, SMS to the one who stole her husband. But the communication between the two women stops there: they will never see each other.

The context, however, does not fail to challenge the investigators, who think for a time of the thesis of a crime of jealousy.

A few days ago, in order to definitively bury this track, they auditioned Delphine’s lover and his ex-wife again.

Jean, piano teacher and hardware store, lives in Montauban (Tarn-et-Garonne), 50 minutes from Cagnac-les-Mines. Delphine and him have a first contact in the summer of 2020, on an extra-marital dating application. It’s love at first sight. Well, on Delphine’s side, at least. The young mother feels revived through passion, and a few months later, she announces her decision to Cédric, her husband of 7 years: she wants a divorce to live with Jean.

The man, for his part, ends up confessing everything to his wife, Camille, on December 13, two days before the disappearance of the Tarn nurse. The latter confides to the investigators that she was “devastated by the brutal project of separation from her companion” and that she “found herself prisoner of a situation that was beyond her”, reveals the site Actu Toulouse.

As for her ex-husband, she has no shortage of unflattering adjectives to describe him. According to Camille, he is a “ladies’ man, a narcissistic pervert, adept at control”. A womanizer who would not have taken the measure of the reality of his romantic relationship with Delphine.

For his part, Jean told the investigators of his surprise, and his dismay, the day he learned of the disappearance of his lover. He would have even shed a few tears, specifies Actu Toulouse.

“It was in the press, at that time, that I discovered that the couple’s house was a slum,” he said during one of his auditions.

A statement reminiscent of that of Delphine, who had complained, during an argument on the telephone with her husband Cédric a few weeks before his disappearance, of his “house of Bidochon”, “car of Bidochon”. “I can’t take this Bidochon life anymore”, reports Femme Actuelle.

However, according to information collected by Actu Toulouse, the track of the lover and his ex-wife was definitively dismissed by the courts following their hearings.

“The material elements corroborate his innocence – just like that of Jean, moreover – in the evaporation of Delphine Jubillar”, specifies the website.

Cédric Jubillar is therefore still the only suspect in this case with drawers. The man, in pre-trial detention in the Seysses remand center for more than a year, continues to proclaim his innocence.