Welsh artist Jules Thomas, previous companion of Ian Bailey, attended a concert in memory of Sophie Toscan du Plantier tonight in Shur.
At a “Remember Me” event held at the Harbor Hotel, Thomas refused to communicate to The Irish Unbiased.
She broke up with Bailey in February 2021.
Thomas was earlier attacked by Bailey and was hospitalized with major accidents in 2001. Her ex-lover was remanded to Cork Jail and afterwards convicted of domestic abuse.
Filmmaker Jim Sheridan, who developed a five-component Sky Tv set documentary titled Murder in the Cottage, was also in attendance tonight.
On the morning of Monday 23rd December 1996, the entire body of French filmmaker Ms Du Plantier was observed outside her villa in Toulmore, West Cork. Hollow blocks of rock and large concrete.
Meanwhile, Bailey did not attend the particular commemorative meeting at the Harbor Lodge. No solution was taken from the gentleman who admitted to becoming the primary suspect in the notorious 1996 criminal offense.
He has extensive claimed his innocence.