While they thought they were alone, two young girlfriends had decided to take a bath. It was without counting the hatred of the young woman’s father, who then admitted to having killed his girlfriend.
Since Thursday, March 24, Muhittin Ulug appeared before the attackers of Oise for the murder of Julien Videlaine, 20 years old. The facts go back to July 24, 2014 in Nogent-sur-Oise. That day, the young man is at home with his girlfriend, with whom he has been living a secret love affair for more than two years. But according to the young woman’s words, her parents would have been “strong opponent of this relationship”write our conference of Parisian. Her father, Muhittin Ulug, even threatened to kill her if she did not stop seeing her boyfriend while her mother had considered sending her to Turkey to find a man there.
But while the two young dwarf parrots think they are alone, they make use of taking a bath.But everything changes when Meryem hears a sound in the house and realizes that her father has just returned. “According to the girl, Muhittin Ulug shouted that he was waiting for her downstairs. Cm in his hand, and he starts beating Julien Videlaine, who asks him to stop”, we can read in the article of Parisian. The victim receives no less than 19 stab wounds. His girlfriend will be injured in the hand as he tries to intervene.
On the run in Turkey
Two hours later, the gendarmes will discover Meryem, in a state of shock, in front of the body of his girlfriend, in a pool of blood. Muhittin Ulug went to Turkey with the help of some family members. Police will issue an international arrest warrant. It will take almost five years for the man to be arrested, and then extradited in October 2019. Since then, he has admitted to killing Julien Videlaine, but not for the reasons his daughter has given. According to Muhittin Ulug’s lawyer, the reason for his client’s move would be quite different: “He went into a bathroom where he saw a naked man with his daughter. He imagined it was rape.”
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