Gabby Petito’s mom Nichole Schmidt 'sends love' in touching message amid legal battle against Laundries

'So sorry to all who have had to endure this pain and daily struggle,' Nichole Schmidt posted


                            Gabby Petito’s mom Nichole Schmidt 'sends love' in touching message amid legal battle against Laundries
Gabby Petito seen with her mother Nichole Schmidt (Twitter/ @Nikischmidt927)
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Gabby Petito’s devastated mother took to Twitter to share a note as they fight for their daughter’s justice. The family of the deceased young woman is amid a legal battle against Brian Laundrie's parents. Sharing an anonymous post, Nichole Schmidt wrote, “I don’t know who wrote this, but wow, isn’t this the #truth. So sorry to all who have had to endure this pain and daily struggle.

“I’m sending you all love, strength and good vibes, as you have done for me 🙌🏼🦋 #keepgoing #loveoneanother #spreadkindness #turnpainintopurpose.” The excerpt which Schmidt posted read, “Although the struggle with grief is part of every death, murder is darker than death, and so is the road to surviving and healing in the aftermath.”

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It went on to add, “The aftermath of murder takes us straight through hell where we stand eye-to-eye with the evil that hides behind human faces, and what we do in the face of that evil defines what lies behind our own face. The aftermath of the murder is nothing less than a full-blown emotional and spiritual struggle.”

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Several replied below the tweet with a user sharing their own grief, “My sister Pam was also murdered due to domestic violence. Is this something every family must endure? I'm starting to wonder. The loss of a child is far more traumatic I know. Please believe the Bible that she will be resurrected.” The second user tweeted, “May the Lord brings in your heart healing. What happened to Gaby is sad and horrible but God loves you and knows your pain. Come close to God through Jesus Christ, and HE will give you an anointing of peace and healing  in your spirits and souls for the whole family. ❤️”

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A person tweeted, “My 22 year old killed by a distracted driver 21 months ago she just graduated Penn State! Best way I can some this up is IT SUCKS! I can’t change it and that sucks! I am learning everyday how to cope better I still cry everyday but I am finally learning how to cope💔🙏❤️😇😇.” Another person added: “You are an amazing person, period. Giving compassion to others while living your own suffering and nightmare is an example of true, loving humanity to us all. My love to you and your family, Nichole. 🦋🖤🖤🦋.”

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The legal trial began after a judge refuted the Laundries’ appeal to dismiss the civil lawsuit filed by Petito’s parents. Following the verdict, Schmidt and Joe issued a statement via their lawyer, noting: “Joe Petito and Nichole Schmidt, the parents of Gabby Petito, are appreciative of the thorough and well-reasoned decision of Judge Hunter W Carroll which denied the motion of Christopher Laundrie and Roberta Laundrie to dismiss the complaint filed against them. This gives them an opportunity to proceed with their claim for the emotional distress caused by the conduct of the Laundries.”

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“Joe and Nichole look forward to discovering the information the Laundries knew about Gabby's death and her whereabouts, and in particular getting a copy of any correspondence, emails and texts exchanged during the difficult period when Gabby's whereabouts were unknown. They look forward to going to trial and are confident that ultimately the Laundries will be held accountable,” they added.

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