Brian Laundry’s Parent’s Knew All Along That Gabby Petito Was Dead

The Gabby Petito case takes another dark turn...

A recent civil complaint filed in Florida reveals a disturbing twist: Brian Laundrie's parents were aware of Gabby's death when their son informed them she was "gone." Shockingly, instead of disclosing this information, they chose to keep it under wraps, quickly seeking legal counsel.

From Huffington Post:

In the amended legal filing Thursday, Petito’s parents accuse the Laundries and their attorney of intentionally withholding information about the 22-year-old’s death after their son frantically called them for legal help during an ill-fated cross-country trip in August 2021. Brian Laundrie confessed to killing Petito on that trip in a notebook found near his body after his death by suicide a month later.

The filing, which is part of an ongoing civil lawsuit seeking more than $30,000 in damages for emotional distress, was amended following depositions with the Laundries and their attorney, Steve Bertolino, in October, a lawyer for the Petito family told HuffPost on Tuesday.

“Prior to the deposition, we had a belief that they knew, but we didn’t know what they knew,” attorney Pat Reilly said. “In their deposition, they acknowledged that Brian called them frantically. He said Gabby was gone and he needed a lawyer.”

Christopher and Roberta Laundrie have denied claims that they concealed their son’s murder confession. Bertolino on Tuesday dismissed the details released in the amended complaint as nothing new.

Undoubtedly, the parents  were shielding their son—no other angle to consider here. 

It's indefensible that they held onto that information  without sharing it with law enforcement. What adds to the suspicion is their swift move to hire a lawyer right after; it just amplifies the overall shadiness of the situation.

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