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Startling clues told by Gabby Petito’s family prove Brian Laundrie’s parents KNEW their son killed his girlfriend

GABBY Petito’s family say there is a chilling lead proving Brian Laundrie’s parents knew their son had killed his girlfriend.

In an updated lawsuit filed by the tragic vlogger’s family, they accuse Roberta Laundrie of blocking Gabby’s mother, Nichole Schmidt, on Facebook.

The couple had been on a cross-country camping trip when Brian returned alone in their van

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The couple had been on a cross-country camping trip when Brian returned alone in their vanCredit: Instagram/Brian Laundrie
Gabby's family has filed an updated lawsuit against Chris and Roberta Laundrie

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Gabby’s family has filed an updated lawsuit against Chris and Roberta LaundriePhoto credit: Rex
Gabby's body was found in Grand Teton National Park on September 19

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Gabby’s body was found in Grand Teton National Park on September 19Photo credit: KSL5

The lawsuit states: “In order to avoid any contact with Nichole Schmidt, on or about September 10, 2021, Roberta Laundrie blocked Nichole Schmid: on her mobile phone so that phone calls and texts could not be delivered, and she blocked her on Facebook.” “

Gabby was reported missing by her parents on September 11 after they failed to reach her or Brian and his family. Her body was found in Grand Teton National Park on September 19.

Brian, 23, then disappeared on September 13 but was only reported missing by his parents days later.

As a result, an arrest warrant was issued against him on September 23; his remains were found on October 21.

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The FBI and North Point Police Department said Laundrie was the only person of interest in the case after he took the 22-year-old on a cross-country camping trip and returned alone in her van.

Gabby’s parents, Petito and Schmidt, originally filed a lawsuit against the laundries in March, but their attorneys recently made changes.

The new lawsuit alleges that the laundries knew Brian had murdered Gabby as soon as he returned home from driving to Florida without them.

It is also claimed that they tried to help him leave the country to avoid prosecution.

Laundry attorney Steven Bertolino told WFLA that all of the new allegations were “baseless.”

Petito and Schmidt’s attorney Pat Reilly told WFLA last month the laundries would have to “wait and see” on the evidence.

“If we hadn’t believed it to be true, we wouldn’t have included her in the complaint.”

WFLA reported that there are six major changes to the lawsuit.

The new lawsuit alleges that upon returning from his vacation, Brian informed his parents of Gabby’s murder.

Instead of reporting him, it is alleged that the family went on vacation to the Fort DeSoto campground despite knowing the location of Gabby’s body.

“While Gabrielle Petito’s family was suffering, the Laundrie family vacationed at Fort DeSoto Park September 6-7, 2021,” the lawsuit reads.

“They went on holiday knowing that Laundrie had murdered Gabrielle Petito. It is believed they knew where her body was and they also knew that Gabrielle Petito’s parents were trying to locate her.”

The lawsuit also alleges that Brian’s parents’ statement that they hoped the search for Gabby would be successful was “beyond outrageous.”

“It was beyond revolting for the laundries to express their ‘hope’ that Gabrielle Petito was found and reunited with her family at a time when they knew she had been murdered by her son,” the lawsuit reads .

The original lawsuit alleged that the Laundrie family refused to cooperate with the Petito family and law enforcement.

The new lawsuit removes the law enforcement portion, saying instead that the laundries simply refused to communicate with Gabby’s parents.

It is alleged that the laundries were “aware of the mental suffering and anguish of Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt, unaware of their daughter’s well-being or whereabouts, and also knew that such mental suffering and anxiety was increasing with each passing day.” increases where Gabrielle Petito went missing.”

The lawsuit’s five main allegations were amended to argue extreme and outrageous behavior.

It is alleged that the laundries did not tell Gabby’s parents that she was dead, they did not tell them where Gabby’s body was, they went on a family vacation, they blocked access to their phones and Facebook pages and they made a statement of hope knowing Gabby would never be found.

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The Laundries and their attorney are expected to file a motion to dismiss, and if the motion fails, the Laundries will go to court the week of August 14, 2023.

This would be the first time a case involving Brian and Gabby has gone to trial.

The new lawsuit alleges that Brian informed his parents of Gabby's murder after returning from his vacation

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The new lawsuit alleges that upon returning from his vacation, Brian informed his parents of Gabby’s murderPhoto credit: Instagram

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