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    GABBY Petito's dad has posted a cryptic message about the "truth" after a major win in the legal battle with Brian Laundrie's parents. Joseph Petito posted the tweet after a judge denied the Laundries' motion to dismiss the civil lawsuit that had been filed against them by Petito's family. 3A judge has ruled in favor of the Petito familyCredit: momandpaparazzi.com/Splash News for The US Sun 3The judge denied the Laundrie's motion to dismiss the civil lawsuitCredit: Fox News 3Joseph Petito shared a cryptic tweet after the rulingCredit: Twitter/@josephpetito Petito shared a tweet from JB Biunno containing a document with the ruling from the Sarasota County, Florida judge. "The truth will be revealed," Petito wrote as a hashtag in the tweet, along with "#justiceforGabby #GabbyPetito." In addition to denying the Laundries' motion to dismiss the lawsuit, the document states, "Today's ruling does not determine what happened to Gabby Petito." "It determines only whether Gabby Petito's parents (the Plaintiffs) stated a valid claim against Brian Laundrie's parents (the Defendants)." READ MORE ON PETITO-LAUNDRIEJUSTICE FOR GABBY 'Touching tribute' to Gabby Petito on set...
    The family of Gabby Petito won the right to sue the parents of Brian Laundrie after a judge ruled that the Laundries' attorney made 'objectively outrageous' statements during the nationwide search for the missing van-life girl.  The Petitos' lawyer, Patrick Reilly, argued that Laundrie attorney Steven Bertolino provide false hope and caused emotional distress when he made statements about the search last year while allegedly knowing Petito was dead, the Sun reported.   'On behalf of the Laundrie family, it is our hope that the search for Miss Petito is successful and that Miss Petito is reunited with her family,' Bertolino had said at the time.  Judge Hunter Carroll said Bertolino's comments and the Laundrie's silence allow for the family of the victim to seek damages.  'Because the Laundries' statement by their attorney in the context of the unique faces of this case is objectively outrageous, the Court concludes that Plaintiffs [Petitos] have stated causes of actions for intentional infliction of emotional distress against the Laundries,' Carroll wrote in his decision.  Nichole Schmidt, Gabby Petito's mom, and her family will be...
    The distraught mother of murdered Gabby Petito dabbed tears from her eyes in a courtroom today as she listened to her lawyer blast the actions of killer Brian Laundrie's parents as 'callous and shameful'. Nicole Schmidt, 41, also toyed nervously with a necklace as she sat with former husband Joseph Petito, 42, the father of the adventurous 21-year-old who was strangled on a van-life road trip with Laundrie in Wyoming last summer. The devastated mother and father are suing Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, alleging they knew their son had murdered Gabby after he returned to their Florida home alone - and tried to help him flee authorities. Nicole Schmidt (left) and Joseph Petito (right) appeared in court on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the lawsuit they filed against Roberta and Christopher Laundrie Christopher and Roberta Laundrie allegedly knew their son killed Petito and took him on vacation. The pair remained silent during the search for Petito The Schmidts are suing Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, alleging they knew their son Biran (right) had murdered Gabby (left) after he returned to their Florida...
    (CNN)In a motion filed Wednesday, the parents of Brian Laundrie asked a Florida court to dismiss a civil lawsuit brought by Gabby Petito's parents earlier this month.In their lawsuit, Petito's parents alleged the Laundries knew that their son killed Petito and were working to help him flee the country. Their lawsuit alleges Laundrie told his parents about killing Petito around August 28 and that the Laundries refused to respond to Petito's family or law enforcement when they inquired whether the 22-year-old woman was alive.A timeline of the caseGabby Petitos parents sue Brian Laundries parents, claiming they knew of her killing and were helping son escape"Christopher Laundrie and Roberta Laundrie knew of the mental suffering and anguish of Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt, and knew that they could alleviate, at least in part, such mental suffering and anguish by disclosing what they knew about the well-being and the location of the remains of Gabrielle Petito, yet they repeatedly refused to do so," the lawsuit says.The motion to dismiss filed this week says the Laundries had "fundamental constitutional rights to silence," adding...
    Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito and Brian Laundrie appear in an image taken from their YouTube channel ‘Nomadic Statik.’ The parents of 22-year-old murder victim Gabby Petito on Friday morning filed a civil lawsuit against the parents of Brian Laundrie, according to court documents obtained by Law&Crime. A six-page complaint levies the explosive allegation that Brian confessed to his parents “on or before August 28, 2021” that he had killed his fiancée Gabby. Here’s the lawsuit’s verbiage verbatim [bolding of names ours]: It is believed, and therefore averred that on or about August 28, 2021, Brian Laundrie advised his parents, Christopher Laundrie and Roberta Laundrie, that he had murdered Gabrielle Petito. On that same date, Christopher Laundrie and Roberta Laundrie spoke with Attorney Steve Bertolino, and sent him a retainer on September 2, 2021. The claim, filed in Sarasota County, Fla., alleges that Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, both of North Port, Fla., shared a “cordial relationship” with Petito’s parents until Gabby disappeared after placing a final call to her mother on Aug. 27, 2021. That is the date, the lawsuit alleges, that...
    Brian Laundrie's parents may have already spilled what they know about Gabby Petito's murder to the FBI to avoid obstruction charges, law enforcement experts have told DailyMail.com. Christopher and Roberta Laundrie joined the hunt for their fugitive son Wednesday and within hours cops had finally located his backpack, notepad and possible remains in Florida swampland. Authorities said the breakthrough - five weeks into the manhunt - came after receding water levels allowed greater access to some of keen hiker Brian's favorite trails and hangouts in the alligator-infested Carlton Nature Reserve. But former FBI agent Stuart Kaplan thinks authorities issued the Laundries with a behind-the-scenes ultimatum: help us find Brian or face years behind bars yourselves. Roberta Laundrie was last seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos Wednesday after she and husband Chris returned from the Carlton Reserve where human remains were found  Law enforcement experts tell DailyMail.com it's possible Chris and Roberta - who have remained tight-lipped on son and person of interest Brian Laundrie - are finally speaking up after being given an ultimatum  The couple has come under scrutiny since...
    BRIAN Laundrie's parents behavior and silence since he disappeared more than a month ago has sparked fury. Christopher and Roberta Laundrie have refused to speak to the media or comment on the situation publicly and have only been issuing statements through lawyers. 5Dubbed 'the most hated parents in America' Chris and Roberta Laundrie have angered many people for their actions after the disappearance of their son BrianCredit: Splash 5The couple called the cops on 'Dog' the Bounty Hunter when he came to their houseCredit: Splash 5The Laundries have been getting their mail in the middle of the night to avoid the media Protesters have been camped outside the Laundries' home in North Port, Florida, aiming to ply pressure on the duo to break their silence.Internet sleuths have pointed out the family’s suspicious behavior, believing the Laundries might be hiding something.  Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is convinced the 23-year-old asked for his parents’ help but nothing has been confirmed. The elusive behavior of the Laundrie family has garnered much criticism. Here The Sun examines some of that...
    Internet sleuths claimed Brian Laundrie, the lead person of interest in the disappearance and death of Gabby Petito, is hiding under a flower bed in his parent's North Port, Florida, home.  Videos surfaced on social media following drone footage of Roberta and Christopher Laundries tending to their backyard garden, with some believing that the 23-year-old fugitive has taken shelter in a secret bunker underneath the flowerbed.  The conspiracy theory comes as police continue to search for Brian, who went missing on September 14 and is said to be hiding somewhere in the vast 24,565 acre Carlton Reserve in Venice.  Two women claiming to be neighbors of the Laundries also showed up on Friday to post signs outside their home featuring a smiling Petito with the caption, 'Remember me? Gabby Petito. Roberta and Chris I once lived with you!'  @charlienovasite Zoomed in a bit more, same video as first zoomed in one. Tried getting any captions out of the way. #brianlaundrieupdate #brianlaundrie #foryoupage #dirtylaundrie ♬ original sound - charlienovasite TikTok Privacy Policy @kmiller480 Has the FBI CHECKED the garden? #justiceforgabby #brianlaundrie...
    "There were no discoveries but the effort was helpful to all," Bertolino said Thursday afternoon. "It seems the water in the Preserve is receding and certain areas are more accessible to search. The entire Laundrie family is grateful for the hard work of the dedicated members of law enforcement that have been searching the Preserve for Brian over the last few weeks. Hopefully Brian will be located soon." Earlier this week, the attorney was asked if Brian's parents believe he is in the preserve or another area, and he responded, "No, they don't believe he's in another area. They believe he is in the preserve." Gabby Petito's father reveals what he wants to happen to Brian LaundrieDuring a "Dr. Phil" interview that aired Wednesday, Gabby Petito's family from Long Island, New York, articulated what has been going through their mind since the murder of their 22-year-old daughter in Wyoming. "Petito's body was found about a five-to-ten-minute walk from where her van was last seen near the entrance to the Grand Tetons, on the border of Bridger-Teton National Forest," the...
    The grieving family of Gabby Petito have called on Brian Laundrie to turn himself in, in their first press conference since the 22-year-old was found dead at a Wyoming national park.   Gabby's mother and stepfather, Nichole and Jim Schmidt, and father and stepmother, Joe and Tara Petito, were joined by their lawyer on Long Island on Tuesday as they demanded Laundrie surrender to authorities.   'The Laundries did not help us find Gabby. They sure aren't going to help us find Brian,' family attorney Richard Stafford said on their behalf.  'For Brian, we're asking you to turn yourself in to the FBI or the nearest law enforcement organization.'    Laundrie, 23, who is considered a person of interest in Gabby's disappearance and murder, remains at large after being reported missing on September 17.  Gabby Petito's family on Tuesday revealed they got new tattoos in her honor, including one she had on her forearm saying 'Let it be' Gabby's mother and stepfather, Nichole (center) and Jim Schmidt, and father and stepmother, Joe and Tara Petito, were joined by their lawyer as they addressed...
    The manhunt for Brian Laundrie continued Monday when a tip led Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman to investigate a Florida campground 75 miles away from his parent’s home. Though police and the FBI have been tirelessly searching the Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve near Laundrie’s home in North Port, Florida since he went missing earlier this month, experts have recently speculated the fugitive may not actually be there, given its harsh terrain. “I’ve been in the woods in and out all my life … I have learned a lot in my life, and one thing I know is no one is gonna survive out there for two weeks on foot,” Florida cattle rancher Alan McEwen told Fox News. To theories that Brian Laundrie either died or committed suicide, McEwen asserted authorities would have found a body by now. “Anything dead you find in the woods, you’re gonna look up, you’re gonna see buzzards flying like crazy,” he said. “No buzzards, no body is my theory. And I haven’t seen any buzzards flying.” A sign for Gabby Petito is seen...
    “Dog the Bounty Hunter” deemed it a “shame” Brian Laundrie’s mom, Roberta Laundrie, apparently dialed 911 on Saturday instead of speaking to him when he knocked on their door. Audio surfaced Monday indicating Laundrie’s parents called 911 in order to report television star Duane “Dog” Chapman at their home in North Port, Florida, according to Fox 13. “The female, Roberta… called in on 911,” a dispatcher was heard stating on the recording, and said the caller “referenced a situation with the male.” Authorities were in the area when Roberta Laundrie called, and Chapman told Fox News he talked with North Port police officers before he went to their home. “It’s a shame they wouldn’t speak with us,” he commented. “The police said we were welcome to knock on the door so we did. I wanted to tell the Laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive.” The Twitter profile called NEWS shared the audio recording in question: #BrianLaundrie parents called the police on #dogthebountyhunter ???? #GabbyPetito #justiceforgabbypetito pic.twitter.com/TVRImtcPta — NEWS (@Up2dateVids) September 26, 2021 A...
    Duane Chapman, better known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” was spotted Saturday at the North Port, FL family home of Brian Laundrie, the fugitive wanted after his fiancé Gabby Petito went missing and was later found dead in a national park in Wyoming. Petito’s death has been ruled a homicide, but an exact cause of death has not yet been released. Rewards totaling $30,000 are being offered for tips about Laundrie’s exact whereabouts that lead to his arrest. Boohoff Law, a Florida law firm with multiple locations including North Port, is offering $20,000. Jerry Torres, a neighbor of the Petito family, posted a tweet offering his own $5,000 reward, which he increased to $10,000 a few days later. My daughter and I offer our deepest condolences to the family of Gabby Petito. We are offering a reward of $5000 for tips leading to an arrest. 1-800-CALL-FBI // 303-629-7171 #justiceforgabby #gabbypetito #brianlaundrie #FBI pic.twitter.com/SY9bDw35mp — Jerry W Torres (@JerryW_Torres) September 22, 2021 Please share- we have increased the reward for Brian’s arrest to $10K thanks to my friends in law...
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