The Gabby Petito civil lawsuit in Florida appears headed to trial after a judge denied all of the motions to dismiss the case and gave the defendants 10 days to respond.
The Florida woman, through her attorney, claims the missive was penned before her son embarked on a June 2021 cross country trip with his 22-year-old fiancee Gabby Petito, who was found dead September 19, 2021 near Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park.
Brian Laundrie’s mother wrote a letter that said she, "would bring a shovel to help bury a body," according to a request filed Tuesday by the lawyers for Gabby Petito’s family; the letter's envelope said, "Burn after reading."
The legislation would create what's called a “Lethality Assessment Protocol” to help screen for risks of intimate partner violence and gauge when people are in danger.
The attorney for Gabby Petito’s parents is alleging that the mother of Petito's suspected killer Brian Laundrie offered to lend him a shovel after the slaying in Wyoming — while her legal team says it was written before the young couple left on an ill-fated cross-country road trip.
The parents of Gabby Petito have long said they believe Brian Laundrie's parents knew their daughter was dead, but kept their son's secret for more than a month. Now, the Laundrie family lawyer has been named in the Petito family's lawsuit, saying he knew, too.
Chris and Roberta Laundrie wanted to avoid the "emotional distress and embarrassment" of testifying in a civil trial, where they would face the parents of the young woman their son is believed to have killed.
A final judgment in the civil lawsuit against the family of Brian Laundrie says his estate must pay $3 million to the estate of the girlfriend he killed – Gabby Petito – back in 2021.
The Moab City Police Department was told back in August it had 60 days to respond to a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Gabby Petito, who was presumably killed by her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, days after the agency’s officers responded to a possible instance of domestic violence between the couple.
Gabby Petito's family on Friday praised a new, bipartisan Senate bill to help find missing persons as a "huge step forward."
Eric Pratt of the Moab Police Department is now a detective, photos show.
Through a $100,000 donation from the Gabby Petito Foundation, Gabby's mother is now partnering with the National Domestic Violence Hotline to help others survive turbulent and violent relationships.
Gabby Petito's mother says she's "fed up" and that the "truth will be revealed," days after the release of Brian Laundrie's notebook confession where he admitted to killing Gabby.
Brian Laundrie framed his strangulation of Gabby Petito as an act of mercy and an "unexpected tragedy" in a handwritten confession discovered near his remains in October and just unveiled Friday. Experts moved quick to dissect his story.
The first public glimpse of a confession Brian Laundrie left in a notebook in the Florida swamp where he killed himself last year reveals his final words.
A lawsuit filed by the parents of Gabby Petito against the parents of her suspected killer, Brian Laundrie, will head to court for the first time Wednesday. Attorneys for Laundrie's parents, Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, will be asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit.
Gabby Petito's mother filed a new wrongful death lawsuit Friday against Brian Laundrie's estate, seeing damages of $30,000. The new lawsuit comes after Petito's parents sued Chris and Roberta Laundrie, claiming they knew their son killed Gabby.
The family of Gabby Petito says Brian Laundrie's parents knew before going on a family vacation to Fort DeSoto park that their son had killed his girlfriend and left her body in a national park in Utah, according to new documents filed in Sarasota County court.
The lawsuit filed by Gabby Petito's family against Brian Laundrie's parents will head to a jury trial next year, according to the Sarasota Clerk of Courts. A jury trial was ordered in the lawsuit and has been set for August 14, 2023, the Clerk of Courts confirmed.
Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino has filed a motion asking a Florida judge to dismiss a civil lawsuit from the parents of Gabby Petito, arguing that there are no facts to support their claims of "intentional infliction of emotional distress." Rather, he argued that Chris and Roberta Laundrie were exercising their right to remain silent.