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    GABBY Petito's dad shared a poignant Thanksgiving update after the family's legal win against Brian Laundrie's parents. Joseph Petito shared a photo of the sky with the sun glowing behind the clouds over farmland. 5Gabby Petito's father shared a poignant photo on his Instagram account for ThanksgivingCredit: Instagram/ Joseph Petito 5Joseph Petito reminded people to take photos of their loved ones to 'cherish the memories'Credit: Instagram/ Joseph Petito 5His daughter Gabby [left] was killed by her fiancé Brian Laundrie [right] last summerCredit: Instagram "Happy Thanksgiving to everyone her [sic] on #instagram and remember to take those pictures so you can cherish the memories," read the caption. Comments under the post were mostly holiday wishes to Joe and the rest of Gabby's family while others shared their own experience of losing loved ones. "Sending so much love and light to your family! I lost my husband 5 1/2 years ago so I understand how important it is to take those pictures," wrote one person. "Happy Thanksgiving to the Petito family and friends," wrote another. "May Gabby's memories comfort you and shine...
    Gabby Petito's parents officially filed a wrongful death suit against the Moab police department, alleging their negligent police work led to her death. The explosive suit claimed that Moab police failed to adequately intervene when they pulled over Petito and Brian Laundrie after reports of domestic abuse between the couple. The lawsuit, obtained by The Sun, alleged that responding officer Eric Pratt had an admitted history of intentionally finding 'loopholes' while responding to cases because he didn't want to do the requisite paperwork that properly handling incidents would require. It also claimed Pratt had a history of violent domestic abuse himself, citing an ex-lover who claimed he threatened to kill her with a crowbar. The Moab Police Department rebuked the allegations in a statement to DailyMail.com, saying the Petito family was suggesting their officers could 'see into the future based on a single interaction.' The Department did not comment on the allegations about Pratt's history. Plans for the lawsuit were first announced in August. The Petito family is seeking $50million in damages.  Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito. The suit was...
    Gabby Petito’s parents have launched a lawsuit against police officers with the Moab Police Department, seeking $50 million dollars for her wrongful death. Petito was reported missing on September 11th, 2021 after she failed to return home from a road trip with her boyfriend Brian Laundrie. During their trip, the couple stopped in Moab, Utah. On August 12th, they got into a public domestic altercation where a witness reportedly accused Laundrie of hitting Petito. Moab police were called to handle the situation. Moab police advised the couple to spend the night apart and sent them on their way. Just over a month later, on September 19th, Petito would be found strangled to death near the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. Laundrie would evade police and later kill himself before police would have the opportunity to interview him about Petito’s death. He left behind a cryptic notebook that alleges he “ended her life” after Petito had a serious fall along a hiking route. The notebook, found next to Laundrie’s body in a nature reserve in Sarasota, Florida, read, “I thought it...
    Gabby Petito's family on Monday notified Utah officials of plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that police failed to recognize their daughter was in a life-threatening situation last year when officers investigated a fight between her and her boyfriend.  The fight happened weeks before authorities say the boyfriend killed her while the couple was on a cross-country van trip. The notice of claim contends police in the tourist town of Moab missed signs that Petito was the victim of domestic violence at the hands of Brian Laundrie on Aug. 12, 2021. The officers ultimately allowed the couple to leave after requiring them to spend a night apart. Police body camera video from that day showing Petito, 22, visibly upset was widely viewed as the investigation unfolded and raised questions about whether a different police response could have prevented her death. 'If the officers had been properly trained and followed the law, Gabby would still be alive today,' said attorney James McConkie in a statement announcing the filing of the notice of claim. Notices of claims are required before...
    GABBY Petito's family has launched a $50m lawsuit against the Moab City Police Department, blaming its officers for "failing to protect" the van-life blogger in a domestic violence call weeks before her murder. The lawsuit, unveiled by the Petito family's attorney Brian Stewart on Monday, accuses Moab City PD of a series of negligent failures during an encounter with Gabby and her soon-to-be murderer boyfriend Brian Laundrie on August 12, 2021. 15The lawsuit concerns a domestic violence call made by several witnesses in Moab, Utah on August 12, 2021 - just over two weeks before Gabby was murderedCredit: Moab City Police Department 15Gabby was in hysterics through the majority of the police encounter while a smiling Laundrie placed blame on Gabby and issued a series of inconsistent statementsCredit: Moab Police Department 15The lawsuit was filed by Gabby's mom Nichole Schmidt (seen right), her father Joe Petitio (far left), and their respective partnersCredit: Dr OZ On that day, the department had been altered to a possible domestic dispute between Laundrie, 23, and Gabby, 21, near a supermarket with one witness calling...
    (CNN)A Florida circuit court judge has ruled a lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito's parents against Brian Laundrie's parents can move forward. Circuit Court Judge Hunter Carroll denied a motion from Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, Brian Laundrie's parents, to dismiss the intentional infliction of emotional distress lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito's parents, Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt. Gabby, whose disappearance last summer gripped the nation, was found dead in Wyoming after embarking on a cross-country trip with Brian, who was her fiance. A coroner ruled she died by strangulation. After returning to their Florida home alone and then leaving again, Brian was found dead weeks later. A medical examiner ruled he died by suicide. In Thursday's order, Carroll wrote that most of the complaints from Petito's parents "involves the Laundries failing to act," such as not telling the parents where Gabby was or that she was dead. Read MoreAutopsy confirms remains found in Wyoming are Gabby Petitos, FBI says Carroll wrote if the case was about the Laundries remaining silent and they had done so, he would have ruled for the...
    GABBY Petito's parents earned a massive victory in their legal battle against Brian Laundrie's family after a judge decided to move forward with the case. In his ruling, Judge Hunter W Carroll wrote that the Laundries' statement by their attorney "in the context of the unique facts of this case is objectively outrageous." 1A Florida judge has denied the Laundries' request to dismiss a civil suit filed by Gabby Petito's parents More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    Brian Laundrie's parents have been spotted on a shopping trip just a day after skipping out on a court hearing in the civil case brought against them by Gabby Petitio's parents.  DailyMail.com saw Christopher and Roberta Laundrie near their home in North Port, Florida, on Thursday making several stops, including to a store and to fill up their red pick-up truck.  Christopher wore a gray t-shirt and shorts, while Roberta kept her mask on outdoors and wore a floral shirt and cap.    On Wednesday the Laundries were a no-show at the hearing, where Petito's family blasted them as being 'callous and shameful.' Petito, 22, was strangled on a road trip with Laundrie in Wyoming last summer and now her family is suing her killer boyfriend's parents over her death.    The civil suit alleges the Laundries knew their son, 23, had murdered Petito after he returned to their Florida home alone - and tried to help him flee authorities. Laundrie's parents had filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit. The lawyer representing the Laundries says they have 'no regrets' about their response...
    THE highly publicized lawsuit Petito-Laundrie lawsuit is a "reach," according to a renowned law professor, who said he would be "surprised" if it's tossed out. The Petitos sued the family of Brian Laundrie - Gabby's fiance who authorities said claimed responsibility for her death in a suicide note - for withholding information while their daughter was missing. 3Gabby Petito's family attended court on June 22 where both sides presented their argumentsCredit: momandpaparazzi.com/Splash News for The US Sun 3No one from Brian Laundrie's (pictured) family appeared in court on June 22Credit: Social Media - Refer to source 3Gabby Petito (pictured) was found dead back in SeptemberCredit: petitojoseph/Instagram The Laundries' lawyer filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, and both sides presented their arguments in Sarasota County, Florida court on Wednesday. In a short summary, the Laundrie family attorney Matthew Luca said in court that they had a right to remain silent while law enforcement looked for Gabby. Their lone statement was released through another family attorney Steve Bertolino, who said he hoped Gabby is found and reunited with her family. The Laundrie's silence...
    GABBY Petito's family wore subtle but powerful messages on their wrists in honor of their slain daughter as they walked into court on Wednesday. The Sun's exclusive photos show Gabby's parents - Nicole Schmidt and Joe Petito - wearing bracelets that say "Justice for Gabby" before a bombshell hearing in Sarasota, Florida. 4Joe Petito and Nicole Schmidt, Gabby's parents, walk into court in Florida on WednesdayCredit: momandpaparazzi.com/Splash News for The US Sun 4'Justice for Gabby' bracelets worn by her parentsCredit: Gabby Petito Foundation 4Brian Laundrie died of an apparent suicide and allegedly claimed responsibility for Gabby Petito's deathCredit: Instagram Schmidt was seen displaying the bracelets, which she said in previous interviews represent Gabby's life; not her death. FIRST COURT APPEARANCE Gabby's parents sued Brian Laundrie's family in civil court earlier this year. They claimed the Laundries knew their son killed Gabby and where her body was located but remained quiet and allegedly prepared to get Brian out of the country. Both of Gabby's parents were in the courtroom while the Laundrie family and their main lawyer Steve...
    NEW YORK -- The family of Gabby Petito will appear in court to defend the civil lawsuit they filed against the parents of Brian Laundrie, the man who investigators say murdered the young woman in 2021.A Florida judge will decide Wednesday whether Petito's parents have enough evidence to pursue legal action and send the case to a jury."The Laundries should be responsible for their conduct and what they did after they knew that Gabby was dead and where her body was located," said Patrick Reilly, the Petito family attorney.Investigators with the FBI say last summer, Laundrie strangled Petito to death in Wyoming and returned home to Florida without her.SEE ALSO: Lawsuit claims Brian Laundrie's parents knew 'whereabouts' of Gabby Petito's body while on vacation EMBED More News Videos Mike Marza reports that the FBI announced Friday that Brian Laundrie claimed responsibility for killing Gabby Petito in a notebook found near his body. Her disappearance sparked a nationwide search, but Laundrie and his family refused to speak with law enforcement or Petito's parents before Laundrie himself disappeared.Authorities later found his body...
    (CNN)Nichole Schmidt, the mother of Gabby Petito, has taken legal action against the estate of Brian Laundrie, by filing a complaint in Sarasota County Friday, in which she asks for monetary compensation for the "wrongful death" of her daughter.According to the lawsuit, Petito and Laundrie, who had been her fiancé, left New York in July to take a cross-country trip, during which Petito hoped to become a travel influencer by documenting the details of their journey on social media. Petito was in constant contact with her parents and sibling during the trip, the suit said, and their last communication with them was on August 27.Petito's remains were found in Teton County, Wyoming, in September, a little more than a week after her family reported her missing. The 22-year-old woman died by strangulation, the coroner ruled. Laundrie returned to the couple's home on September 1 by himself, left again roughly two weeks later and disappeared.Lawsuit claims Brian Laundries parents knew whereabouts of Gabby Petitos body when they went on vacationLaundrie's remains were later found in a Florida nature preserve and a...
    THE parents of Gabby Petito have changed their lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents, alleging several wrongdoings by the couple. Among them, Joe Petito and Nichole Schmidt allege that Chris and Roberta Laundrie went on vacation with their son knowing that he had just murdered Gabby. 7Gabby's parents and the rest of her family did a one-on-one with Dr. Oz regarding her deathCredit: Dr OZ 7The Laundries had no comment on where their son was during his disappearanceCredit: Splash Petito and Schmidt originally filed a lawsuit against the Laundries in March, but their attorneys recently made changes. The new lawsuit claims that the Laundries knew Brian murdered Gabby as soon as he returned home to Florida from the driving trip without her, and claims they tried to help him leave the country to avoid prosecution. The Laundrie's lawyer Steven Bertolino told WFLA that all of the new allegations are "baseless." Petito and Schmidt's attorney Pat Reilly told WFLA last month the Laundries would "have to wait and see," about the evidence. “If we didn’t believe...
    BRIAN Laundrie’s parents will have to "wait and see" what evidence Gabby Petito's family has against them, according to the Petito's lawyer. Attorney Pat Reilly issued the ominous warning after Chris and Roberta Laundrie filed a motion on Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit that alleges they knew their son had killed the vlogger. 3Gabby Petito's father Joseph Petito and her mother Nicole Schmidt have responded to the Laundrie family's attempt to get their lawsuit dismissedCredit: AP 3Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, seen here leaving their home on September 23, 2021, say the lawsuit is baselessCredit: Fox News 3The motion filed today marks the latest development since 22-year-old Gabby Petito went missing in Wyoming last summer while on a trip with her fiance Brian LaundrieCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source The motion to dismiss the case claims the Petito's lawsuit is "baseless and frivolous." Lawyer Steve Bertolino filed the motion in court on behalf Brian Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta. But a Petito family representative doubled down, saying they have evidence to support their accusations. Read more newsMANHUNT Cops hunt ‘armed’...
    A former prosecutor says a lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito's family against Brian Laundrie's parents is 'meritless', but believes they should be 'crucified in the court of public opinion' if it's proven that they helped him flee.     Gabby's parents, Nichole Schmidt and Joseph Petito filed the civil lawsuit against Chris and Roberta Laundrie last week in Sarasota County, Florida - seven months after their daughter was killed. The lawsuit seeks damages of at least $30,000. They argue that Brian's parents were aware that their son had killed Gabby - assisting him in several attempts to evade authorities that ultimately culminated in his suicide in a Florida swamp. No evidence was included to back up this claim. Mark Eiglarsh, a criminal defense attorney and former Miami-Dade County prosecutor, told Dailymail.com that the filing of the lawsuit is not a surprise as a family in mourning continues to seek justice. But added that without evidence, the lawsuit is meritless.    'In a court of public opinion, this lawsuit may have significant value,' he said. 'But in a court of law, it's meritless.' Eiglarsh said if...
    Federal prosecutors are considering whether to charge 'additional individuals' in the disappearance and murder of Gabby Petito, her family's lawyer said Tuesday, after Brian Laundrie was ruled to have killed himself with a bullet to the head. Richard Stafford, who represents the late van-life influencer's family, said federal prosecutors and investigators have not closed the case following Tuesday's ruling that Laundrie, 23, the sole suspect in Petito's murder, committed suicide. The lawyer would not specify if Laundrie's parents, Chris and Roberta, were the 'individuals' in the feds' cross-hairs, but the couple had come under fire for staying distant from the investigation until the days leading up to the discovery of their son's body.  'The family was asked to not comment and let the FBI continue their investigation and allow the United States Attorney's Office to make a determination on whether any additional individuals will be charged,' Stafford said in a statement.   Laundrie's body was found October 20 after a month-long manhunt in Florida's Carlton Reserve, with an autopsy from the state Medical Examiner's Office ruling that he died of a...
    Gabby Petito’s family attorney floated the notion that "additional individuals" could face charges in connection with her strangling in Wyoming more than two months ago. It came shortly after authorities revealed the cause of death of Brian Laundrie her former fiancé and the only person of interest in her slaying. He shot himself in the head in a swampy nature preserve near his parents’ Florida home – roughly two weeks after driving cross-country to get there in Petito’s van. "The Schmidt and Petito family has been aware of the circumstances surrounding the suicide of the sole suspect in Gabby’s murder," attorney Richard Stafford said in a statement Tuesday, referring to Petito’s parents and stepparents. "Gabby’s family will not be making a statement at this time due to the request of the United States Attorney’s Office and the Teton County Prosecutor’s Office." Screengrabs from police bodycam in Moab, Utah, on Aug. 12 show the couple following a domestic violence call. BRIAN LAUNDRIE UPDATE: FAMILY SURRENDERED GUNS TO LAWN ENFORCEMENT ON SEPT. 17 – BUT ONE WAS MISSING Observers have...
    EMMANUEL Macron will today launch a bid to turn EU members against Britain as he escalates the Brexit fishing wars. The French president is cajoling other bloc members to sign an incendiary summit statement denouncing Boris Johnson. 1France and Britain are locked in a bitter battle over fishing licencesCredit: Reuters But some fear his sabre-rattling will antagonise No 10 and undermine efforts to rebuild shattered cross-Channel ties. Paris is escalating its attempts to strong-arm the PM into backing down over granting more licences for its fishermen.   Mr Macron is badgering other capitals to rally to his side and condemn No 10 for what he claims is a breach of the Brexit deal. Fisheries minister Annick Girardin spent the weekend trying to bring around countries reluctant to pick a fight with Britain. She's has drawn up a tough talking statement the French president wants EU states to sign at a summit in Luxembourg today. Xmas threats It slams the UK for "a clear failure to comply" with the trade pact and calls for a U-turn from No 10 "as soon...
    If Dog The Bounty Hunter were to find fugitive Brian Laundrie, he wouldn't be able to arrest or detain him or he'd run the risk of being charged with kidnapping, DailyMail.com can reveal.  That's because Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, is not actually licensed as a bounty hunter or private investigator in Florida - or anywhere else that DailyMail.com has found - making his hunt for Laundrie potentially dicey as he's legally banned from arresting or holding anyone against their will. According to professional Florida bounty hunters, there is no legal difference between Dog or any citizen who decides to join the search for Laundrie, whose girlfriend Gabby Petito was found murdered on September 19 in a secluded part of Teton County, Wyoming. And making a citizen's arrest is verboten - unless you catch the offender in the act of committing a crime.  Dog The Bounty Hunter joined the manhunt for Brian Laundrie last month and has mainly been searching a Florida camp site. DailyMail.com can reveal that Dog, real name Duane Chapman, cannot arrest or hold anyone against...
    On the new season premiere of Saturday Night Live a school PTA meeting about COVID-19 policies was shown going comically off the rails. Pete Davidson played Dog The Bounty Hunter who took the lectern to ask after the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie, the missing fiance of homicide victim Gabby Petito. The sketch also took aim at parents raging against critical race theory, with Heidi Gardner playing a blonde mother who quivered with fury as she demanded to know: 'What is it and why am I mad about it?' Chaos: On the new season premiere of Saturday Night Live a school PTA meeting about COVID-19 policies was shown going comically off the rails In the sketch the meeting took place at what used to be called Robert E. Lee Middle School but has now been rechristened Robert E. Lee Was Bad.  Dog The Bounty Hunter arrived at the lectern and declared: 'As you know I've joined the hunt for Brian Laundrie. So my question to you is, do you know where he is?  'Cause I can't find this dude anywhere.' RELATED ARTICLES...
    UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Prosecutors have upped the charged against a man suspected in the hit-and-run death of actress Lisa Banes.Brian Boyd now faces manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide charges.He is accused of hitting Banes with his motorized scooter on June 4 on the Upper West Side after blowing through a red light at West 64th Street and Amsterdam.EMBED More News Videos Police say a pedestrian was hit by a scooter around 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of Amsterdam Avenue and West 64th St. on the Upper West Side. Surveillance video indicated the scooter drove through a red light.Banes appeared in numerous television shows and movies, including "Gone Girl" with Ben Affleck in 2014 and "Cocktail" with Tom Cruise in 1988.On television, she's had roles on "Nashville," "Madam Secretary," "Masters of Sex" and "NCIS."Banes also acted on stage regularly, including Broadway appearances in the Neil Simon play "Rumors" in 1988, in the musical "High Society" in 1998 and in the Noel Coward play "Present Laughter" in 2010.TOP NEWS | Instagrammer details explosive argument between Gabby Petito, Brian Laundrie...
    GABBY Petito starred in a music video to help bring awareness to violence against children several years before she was murdered during a cross-country road trip with her fiance Brian Laundrie. Titled Irreplaceable, the music video was originally uploaded to YouTube in 2013 and stars a 14-year-old Petito and her two younger brothers. 6Gabby Petito starred in a music video in 2014 that sought to bring awareness to violence against children, following the Sandy Hook massacreCredit: YouTube/ Irreplaceable 6Gabby, who was found dead just over a week ago, was 14 when she starred in the videoCredit: AFP Long Island native Deb Henson, who wrote and sang the accompanying song, told The Sun her inspiration for the track came in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut, in December 2012. In the video, Gabby is seen holding up a sign that reads, "I'm irreplaceable." 'EERIE' NEW MEANING Eight years on, Henson says the song's message has taken on a new meaning entirely following the murder of Gabby, 23, whose remains were discovered at a Wyoming campsite on...
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