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Gabby Petito’s family wants access to 'every conversation’ Brian Laundrie’s parents had with her

The van life vlogger was killed by her boyfriend last year before her body was found in Wyoming on September 19
UPDATED JUL 14, 2022
Gabby Petito's family wants details of her communications with Brian Laundrie's (R) parents (Instagram/ @petitojoseph and @gabspetito)
Gabby Petito's family wants details of her communications with Brian Laundrie's (R) parents (Instagram/ @petitojoseph and @gabspetito)

Gabby Petito’s family has now reportedly demanded details of “each and every conversation” Brian Laundrie’s parents had with her since she started her cross-country trip until the day her killer boyfriend came back home leaving her. Citing documents, Radar claimed that Joseph Petito and Nicole Schmidt want “all notes, diaries, calendars, memoranda, or other documents of any type, which memorialize or reference each and every conversation.”

They also wish to see “telephone call or other forms of communication you [Christopher and Roberta Laundrie] had with Gabby from July 2, 2021, to September 1, 2021.” This comes as the victim’s parents are suing the late Brian and his parents over her tragic death last year. Their lawyer Patrick Reilly had alleged, “This case is not simply about the silence of Robert and Christopher Laundrie who knew their son had brutally murdered Gabby Petito. It's about a course of conduct that they committed from when they learned on August 28, 2021 that their son had brutally murdered Gabby Petito.”


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Gabby went on a cross-country trip with Brian in her van in July 2021. But on September 1, her boyfriend returned home while the young woman’s whereabouts were unknown. Brian and his family declined to talk to Gabby’s family regarding it and later to the authorities when she was reported missing on September 11. On September 19, the van life vlogger’s body was found in Wyoming’s Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area.

Later, Brian also went missing before his remains were discovered at the Carlton Reserve in October. His cause of death was a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. A diary found beside his body revealed that he was responsible for Gabby’s death. He had reportedly claimed in his journal that he “ended her life. I thought it was merciful, that it is what she wanted, but I see now all the mistakes I made. I panicked. I was in shock. From the moment I decided, took away her pain, I knew I couldn't go on without her.”


Meanwhile, in their recent request, Gabby’s parents also want the Laundries to produce “each and every conversation” they had with their son during that time period and after that. The Radar report added, “Gabby’s family are demanding all emails, text messages, letters, notes, diaries, calendars, memoranda, and telephone call or other forms of communication between Brian and his parents from July 2, 2021, to November 23, 2021 be turned over.” Additionally, the devastated family wants to see Gabby, Brian, Christopher, and Roberta’s “all telephone bills, both cellular and residential” from August 2021 through November 2021 along with “all telephone bills for the new phone and account opened by Brian with AT&T on or about September 4, 2021” and his financial documents from August 1, 2021 to October 21, 2021. 



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Besides, Gabby's parents are seeking “emails, text messages or other forms of communication" between Brian's parents "and any third-party regarding Gabby” and her murderer from August 2021 to the present.