A NEW documentary about Gabby Petito reveals that Brian Laundrie showed no “red flags” and that his parents treated the vlogger “like family” before the pair split.
GabbyTheir parents and stepparents reveal the months leading up to their daughter’s tragic death in the new Peacock documentary, The Gabby Petito Murder: Truth, Lies, and Social Media.
Her mother Nichole Schmidt and stepfather Jim shared that Gabby and Brian met in high school in Blue Point, New York and were initially just friends.
When asked about Brian, Nichole and Jim said he would visit their home often and seemed like a nice, polite young man.
“Brian would come to my house and he was very polite, very nice,” Nichole said.
“I don’t see anything in him that worries me. No red flags.”
Jim said Brian was “respectful” and even tried to talk to Gabby’s brothers and color with them.
When the couple moved to Florida, they were said to live with Brian’s parents, who treated Gabby “like a daughter,” according to a journalist quoted in the documentary.
In 2020, Brian’s parents Roberta and Chris Laundrie decided to move to North Port, Florida, and Gabby asked Brian if she could come along, according to her mother.
“When she and Brian started dating and he was like ‘I’m moving to Florida,’ she said, ‘Can I go with you? “” Nichole said in the documentary.
“So she has no problem doing that. She’s not afraid to go into another state.”
Laundrie was named a caring person, and The FBI has issued an arrest warrant Allegedly the 23-year-old stole the Capital One debit card of an unidentified individual and spent the entire $1,000 balance.
As the search for Gabby’s body continues, Laundrie goes missing after telling his parents he will be camping at the Carlton Reserve.
The crowned person determined Laundrie died from a gunshot wound to the head, ruled his death a suicide.
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