The Murder of Gabby Petito: What Really Happened will reveal all the information about the 22-year-old and her death
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TAMPA, FLORIDA: ID comes up with an in-depth documentary, The Murder of Gabby Petito: What Really Happened, which promises to show never-before-seen footage of the 22-year-old’s life. The documentary will detail Gabby’s relationship with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, and how he manipulated and murdered her. A year has passed since the 22-year-old budding influencer’s murder, and the incident is fresh in the minds of both her parents and many Americans.
The inquest into Gabby’s death ended with claims that the death was due to strangulation. Gabby and Brian were on a van trip together, but Brian came back from the trip all by himself and didn’t report to anyone that she was missing. After a few days he also disappeared. Police later discovered that Brian was the person of interest in Gabby’s murder case. His remains were later found by police at Carlton Reserve in Florida on October 21, 2021. The dental records helped police identify Brian’s remains.
What was the outcome of the inquest into Brian Laundrie’s death?
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According to Find Grave, Brian Laundrie’s remains were found in Florida’s Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park. In addition, his remains were to be cremated and his ashes returned to his family. However, it was reported that the family had a traditional funeral.
Brian’s backpack, shoes, a journal, a wooden box, a small notebook, and a photo of Gabby were found near his remains. Police also found a rusty revolver said to have been used in the suicide. In the notebook, Brian confessed to killing Gabby.
After the autopsy, Brian’s death turned out to be due to a gunshot and the manner of death was ruled suicide, as he clearly stated in his note. The autopsy report said there were no drugs in Brian’s body. However, there were gnawing marks on his remains, which were believed to have been caused by wild animals in the sanctuary after his death. The case was indeed closed and Brian was found the sole guilty party to Gabby’s death.
Although Brian’s family helped the FBI and North Port Police Department investigate, Gabby’s family still believes she knew about the murder and hid it on purpose. They filed a lawsuit against the laundries. In addition, they filed a $50 million wrongful death lawsuit against the Moab Police Department, alleging they mishandled the domestic violence incident. Before the murder occurred, the Moab Police Department was informed that Brian had hit Gabby. However, they were unable to arrest the couple as Gabby took all the blame, saying she was the one who hit him first.
To uncover more truths, ID comes up with The Murder of Gabby Petito: What Really Happened. The documentary is scheduled for release on October 12 at 10/9am.