A resolution was “reluctantly agreed” upon by all parties, her family said after suing Laundrie's family for emotional distress.
New court documents reveal what a “panicked” Brian Laundrie told his parents shortly after killing fiancée Gabby Petito in 2021.
The Laundries promptly hired an attorney and expressed hope for Gabby's return after she was reported missing, according to a legal filing citing a recent deposition.
The search of the 19-year-old Black college student’s disappearance is being compared to Gabby Petito’s nationwide manhunt.
“If you’re in jail, I will bake a cake with a file in it. If you need to dispose of a body, I will show up with a shovel and garbage bags,” Roberta Laundrie wrote to her son.
Roberta Laundrie said her letter to her son has been taken out of context, but a Petito family attorney said it could be “damning” evidence in a civil trial.
Roberta Laundrie has asked that the letter, which she says is being taken out of context, not be released as evidence in a lawsuit by Gabby Petito's family.
Utah law enforcement overlooked clear signs of domestic violence ahead of Petito's high-profile killing last year, her family alleges.
A lawyer for Petito’s parents said any money received will be dedicated to locating missing people and curbing domestic violence.
The game show's mention of the case in a clue had pretty much nothing to do with the correct response.