Entertainment The death of Christophe Revault due to a peritonitis
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more on the tragic circumstances led to the death of Christophe Revault.
According to the prosecutor of the Republic of Le Havre reported by the team, the former guardian of Le Havre, PSG or Toulouse would died of peritonitis, that is to say a spontaneous infection of the peritoneum , a membrane located at the level of the abdomen. Inflammation that may be deadly without immediate medical intervention.
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Christophe Revault had been found at home without life on May 6, and the police present on the spot had quickly dismissed the possibility the role of a third party in the death of the 49-year-old man. Toxicological analyzes are still expected to be able to define with certainty the causes of the death of the Old Havra.
Whatever the reason, 49 years old is far too early to bow.
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