June 30, 2022

False disappearance of Lisa: these new unexpected confessions on the night of her “kidnapping”

Disappeared in Mayenne on November 8, 2021, Lisa had confessed to having lied about her disappearance. The teenager who claimed to have been kidnapped and kidnapped was actually in a place that her relatives know very well.

The investigation is progressing little by little … Originally from Saint-Brice, in Mayenne, Lisa, a seventeen-year-old teenager had vanished on November 8, 2021. Disappeared for many hours, it was finally the next day that she reappeared by taking refuge in a restaurant in the city center of Sablé-sur-Sarthe, a few kilometers from her home. On the tray Do not touch my post, Guven, the owner of the establishment had assured that the teenager was in a state of shock when he had collected her: “She was shocked (…) We installed her behind, I gave her a waistcoat because she was cold and then there you are, I was on the phone with the gendarmerie so I didn’t linger.“Heard by the police, Lisa had explained to have been abducted by”two men” in “green van“, before coming back to his version three days later.

After lying to the police, Lisa explained her gesture by “a lack of recognition“and said”sorry to have caused such a large mobilization.If her relatives were extremely worried the night of her disappearance, she was actually at her grandmother’s home, a few kilometers from her home. On BFMTV, Céline Maigné clarified that it had not been indicated if the grandmother was present during this night. Currently cloistered at home, the teenager risks up to six months imprisonment and a 7,500 euros fine for “false denunciation to a judicial authority.

Why did Lisa lie?

Asked by Release on the teenager’s disappearance, some neighbors spoke of an insatiable need to exist, family disputes, drug trafficking, too much pressure, but also forbidden love. For France Bleu, the criminologist Alain Bauer analyzed for his part: “To create a character in the virtual world and transpose it into the real world, the border is increasingly fine between the virtual world and the real world. A little lie becomes a big lie, a huge lie and you are faced with reality, and reality is what we are experiencing with this teenage girl. “

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The teenager was actually staying with her grandmother.

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She risks up to 6 months imprisonment and a 7,500 euros fine.

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The police are doing everything to find out the truth.

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Disappeared in Mayenne on November 8, 2021, Lisa, 17, confessed to having lied about her kidnapping.

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It was the father of the teenager who had reported her disappearance.

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Lisa admitted that her injuries were accidental.

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Lisa admitted to having spent the night of her disappearance with her grandmother.

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For now, it is not known if Lisa’s grandmother was present on the night of the “kidnapping”.

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Lisa took refuge with her grandmother, not far from the Turkish restaurant where she reappeared.

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The investigation continues to determine the reasons why Lisa lied.

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Lisa made a new confession.