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Death in Paradise's Josephine Jobert reacts to rumours Florence Cassell will be killed off

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Death in Paradise actor Josephine Jobert has taken to Instagram to react to rumours her character in the popular BBC show is going to be killed off.The star, who plays Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell in the programme, expressed her surprise at being told that there were rumours of her exit from the show following a "dramatic drug plot".In view of her 97,000 followers, the French actress told of her shock while sharing a screenshot of the rumours.The star took to her stories to post a direct message she had received.The picture featured an article titled "Death in Paradise shock: Florence to die in dramatic drug plot?"The Instagram user who had sent the actress the picture also added: "I hope this isn't true!" alongside a crying face emoji.In view of her 97,000 followers, the French actress told of her shock while sharing a screenshot of the rumours.The star took to her stories to post a direct message she had received.The picture featured an article titled "Death in Paradise shock: Florence to die in dramatic drug plot?"The Instagram user who sent the actress the pictureope this isn't true!" alongside a crying face emoji.Reacting to the news, Josephine revealed that it was the first she had heard of her reported shock exit.She wrote: "What???"Ahaha that's interesting...

what do you think?"Is this true or not?" she asked her fans, refusing to give anything away.The star added two options for her followers to vote as part of a poll, including "No way!" and "It could happen".Later in the day, the star shared more of her thoughts concerning her role on the BBC whodunnit show.Josephine shared a message she had received from a fan in reaction to her character's storyline earlier in the day.The Instagram user had messaged.

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