Shortly before the release of Marco, his fellow inmate, Cédric Jubillar sent him letters to give to his partner Séverine. In these appears in particular the name of Cyril Hanouna, who did not fail to react in Touche pas à mon poste.
A somewhat unexpected quote. Incarcerated for the alleged murder of his wife Delphine, Cédric Jubillar is still in the Seysses remand center since June 18, despite numerous requests for release, all of which have so far been rejected. In the columns of Parisian, new information has been unveiled concerning the father, who corresponded with his partner through coded language. And in these letters, he notably told Séverine to ask “Cyril Hanouna” to help them. However, this code does not designate the famous host of C8, but Marco, Cédric Jubillar’s fellow inmate, who is nicknamed in prison.
Something to amuse the host of Do not touch My TV, who did not fail to joke about it on the set of his show, Tuesday, January 11. “Cyril Hanouna is the nickname of Marco in prison. He is a 36-year-old Corsican who wears handsome, who has banter, and who is therefore nicknamed Cyril Hanouna”, thus clarified Gilles Verdez, while the principal concerned declared “kiss Marco”, greeting him live. “But do you think if his code name had been Nikos, he wouldn’t have trusted him?”, had fun the host, causing laughter on set.
Did Cedric Jubillar reveal the location of his wife’s remains?
Questioned by the investigators after his release from prison, Marco assured to have information concerning Cédric Jubillar, as well as elements which would prove his guilt in the disappearance of his wife Delphine, nicknamed “the other”. “He would have added that he had buried Delphine’s body in an already burnt place, without further details, at a shallow level”, report as well The Parisian, and would even “confided that his new girlfriend knew where the body was and that by dint of questions from her, he ‘would have taken her to the scene to prove his love to her”. Séverine, however, had asserted the opposite during her police custody, then suspected of “concealment of a corpse”.
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