Police reportedly responded to the Laundrie residence on Tuesday, when protestors standing outside their Florida home heckled the family after the latest developments in the Gabby Petito death investigation.
Hours after Wyoming officials revealed that Petito, 22, was strangled, a man was spotted outside the Laundries’ North Port, Florida, home, banging on their front door and demanding to know the whereabouts of Brian Laundrie, 23. The Daily Mail reported that after the two protestors left, a car passed the home honking its horn for several seconds. Police responded to the residence moments later.
“Come on dirty Laundries. Come on, you guys like to strangle people,” the man is heard saying in a video obtained by Fox News. “You and your little b***h a*s son. It’s time to wake up and face the consequences.”
Two people apparently tried to confront Chris & Roberta Laundrie at their home just after 8:30pm, banging on the door repeatedly. One of them was shouting, “Come on, dirty Laundries,”“Come on, you guys like to strangle people,”“We’ll be back,”& “Speak up soon.” #BrianLaundrie pic.twitter.com/oBW7kLlZvw
— Stephanie Pagones (@steph_pagones) October 13, 2021
Laundrie is wanted for fraudulently accessing another person’s financial accounts in late August and early September — after Petito, 22, had lost contact with her family. Laundrie reportedly arrived in Florida on September 1 without Petito, and she was reported missing on September 11.
Laundrie, who named a person of interest in Petito’s initial disappearance, is believed to have left his parents’ North Port home on September 13 or 14. His parents reported him missing on September 17.
Petito spoke to her mother for the last time on August 23 or 24. She told her that she and Laundrie were leaving Utah and driving to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
On September 19, Petito’s body was discovered in the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming.
Laundrie is believed to have left his parents’ North Port home on September 13 or 14. His parents claimed he went to the Carlton Reserve, a 24,000-acre preserve in Sarasota County, Florida.
Laundrie remains unaccounted for, and he has not been charged in connection with Petito’s death.
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