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Petito Parents Have HARD-HITTING New Questions for Laundrie Family

Are we finally going to get closure for the Petito family?

The heartbreaking story of Gabby Petito’s disappearance and death came to an end in the murky swamps of central Florida several months ago, after her now-confessed former fiancé Brain Laundrie took his own life just miles from his parents’ home, leaving behind a note in which he took responsibility for Petito’s demise.

The saga gripped the nation, as Petito’s parents consistently pleaded with the Laundries for help in the case, particularly during the time in which Petito was considered “missing” and not yet “deceased”.

Now, with closure only vaguely in view, the two families have again found themselves in confrontation.

Gabby Petito’s parents have asked Brian Laundrie’s parents to hand over financial information in the weeks around her death in an ongoing civil lawsuit in Florida.

“Please produce all copies of bank statements or other documents evidencing withdrawals or transfers of funds made by you in excess of $10,000 from August 26, 2021 to September 14, 2021,” Petito’s parents’ attorney Pat Reilly wrote in a pair of court filings addressed to Chris and Roberta Laundrie.

The Laundries have 30 days to reply.

The Petitos have long believed there to be a great deal of deceit within the Laundrie family.

Nichole Schmidt and Joseph Petito, Gabby’s mother and father, have accused the Laundries of knowingly withholding information about their daughter’s whereabouts after her ex-fiance Brian Laundrie is believed to have strangled her to death at a Wyoming campsite.

The unbreakable silence of the Laundrie family during the search for Petito has been considered by many to be an unforgivable sin, and there are sure to be plenty of folks keeping a keen eye on this latest development.

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