He confessed and will now face justice. Jimmy Neerput, the alleged murderer of Jean Anaïs, will appear in court on Monday October 31. He is accused of strangling his girlfriend after an argument. He would then stifled her by plunging her head into a bucket of water, which was in the bathroom.
After committing the irreparable, Jimmy Neerput attempted to end his life by hanging himself from a tree, a few hours after having fled. But the branch broke under his weight and he got injured. He went to the Rose Hill police station to engage with the police. He was transported to Victoria Hospital and then transferred to that of Brown-Sequard on Friday October 28. The alleged murderer is suffering from psychiatric disorders.
Relatives and friends of Anaïs Jean are organizing a march and a mass on Friday November 4, to honor her memory. They want that the image of the smiling girl remains forever etched in the minds of people.