In today's edition, "Le Journal du Dimanche" publishes an outline of the will of Jean-Luc Delarue.

Many things have been said since the death of Jean-Luc Delarue, August 23, on what the host-producer had planned his inheritance. Questions supplied by rifts within the family Delarue, between on the one hand, his wife Anissa Khelifi, and the other, his father Jean-Claude Delarue and his young son John, born of his union with Elizabeth Bost. But now the truth comes out at last: the testament of Jean-Luc Delarue has been viewed by "Le Journal du Dimanche", which explains, in its edition today, the outline of the estate of the presenter "It is being discussed."

Anissa Khelifi and Jean Delarue, both successors
Posted February 16, 2012, or 189 days before his death, the manuscript will Jean-Luc Delarue consists of three pages to "settle the great lines of his estate," wrote "JDD". The document sets out two successors: Anissa Khelifi and Jean Delarue, 5 years old. Jean-Luc Delarue and bequeaths to his wife "full ownership and property rights belonging to me" : a Parisian apartment and a house "on the territory of the common Sauzon ", where his second home of Belle-Isle. "Anissa I bequeath also the furniture and real estate objects filling such property", says the host-producer, which also leaves its last partner his "collection primitive arts ". In turn, the son of Jean-Luc Delarue recovers "the rest of (his) property and works of art". But that's not all: the child of 5 years is also cited as heir to the production company Jean-Luc Delarue, Tank Prod.

In his will, Jean-Luc Delarue also appoints a guardian for his son "(his) friend Arnaud Gachy" spokesman Tank Prod. 'If at the time of my death, my son is still a minor, I expressly states that the mother of my son will not have the legal administration or enjoyment of the property that would collect in my estate, which will be administered to the majority or emancipation of John, by my friend Arnaud Gachy", written as Jean-Luc Delarue.

"All this is very disturbing"
Forgotten by his son, Jean-Claude Delarue, sidelined since the death of Jean-Luc Delarue when he said he had good relations with the host, told the "JDD" "I n have nothing to say except that I will help the mother of John to defend the interests of my little son ". "All this is very confusing, but we do not want to make any comment," has, in turn, told the newspaper a close family.

According to the "JDD" the will of Jean-Luc Delarue is not set in stone. Indeed, the paper notes, notaries will focus on the document soon to equitably, as required by law, the property of the host, estimated at "thirty million".