Gabby Petito’s Parents Are Accusing Police Of Failing To Recognize She Was A Victim Of Domestic Violence In A New Wrongful Death Claim
An attorney for the family said Petito would still be alive if Moab police officers had been properly trained and followed the law.
A Motion By Brian Laundrie's Parents To Dismiss A Lawsuit From Gabby Petito's Family Has Been Denied
If the Laundries did know at that time "that Gabby was dead, knowing the location of her body, and knowing that her parents were frantically looking for her ... then the Laundries' statement was particularly callous and cruel," the ruling states.
Gabby Petito's Family Have Accused Brian Laundrie's Parents Of Hiding That They Knew About The Murder
The parents of Gabby Petito, whose disappearance sparked a social media uproar, also accused her fiancé's parents of trying to help him leave the country.
Brian Laundrie went missing as the search for his fiancé Gabby Petito, and the person responsible for her disappearance, intensified.
The Officers Who Investigated Gabby Petito And Brian Laundrie Before Her Death Should Be Placed On Probation, An Independent Review Found
Petito was likely "a long-term victim of domestic violence," the report acknowledges, but it suggests that officers could not have known that from the information they had at the time.
Domestic Violence Survivors Are Turning To Social Media After Gabby Petito’s Death To Support Each Other And Pass On The Warning Signs
“We focus on the crime, and then everybody forgets about it. We need more discussion, that’s what’s missing,” said one strangulation survivor.
The 22-year-old aspiring social media influencer was strangled at least three to four weeks before her body was found in a Wyoming campground, the coroner said.
Gabby Petito’s Family Said Other Missing People Deserve The Same Attention And Pledged To Help Those Cases
“We’re just hoping that through our tragedy of losing Gabby that in the future that some good can come out of it, that we can help other people that may be in [a] similar situation," her stepfather said.
"It’s been proven before, and most recently with the Gabby Petito case, that TikTok can blow up a missing person’s case and get that family the sources they need to bring that person home."
A search continued Thursday for Brian Laundrie, who disappeared after telling his family he was going on a hike in a Florida nature reserve.
True crime enthusiasts have always been around, but the internet has taken amateur sleuthing to new heights.
TikTok’s Obsession With The Gabby Petito Case Is Sparking A Debate Over How Much True Crime Fans Are Really Helping
A woman who was impacted by a high-profile crime in the past is calling out online sleuths while police are questioning why some people with potentially key information are turning to social media first.
Petito’s death has been ruled a homicide, but forensic testing is still underway to confirm the manner of death.
"All of Gabby's family want the world to know that Brian is not missing, he is hiding," the Petito family attorney said.
The Mystery Of "Van Life" YouTuber Gabby Petito's Disappearance Has Deepened After Her Partner Was Named A Person Of Interest
Police said they tried to speak with Brian Laundrie about the sudden disappearance of his 22-year-old fiancé but were only given the name and phone number of his attorney.