Brian Laundrie's parents remove Gabby Petito sign, laundry baskets in front of home

Chris and Roberta refused to answer questions as they removed a poster of Gabby Petito along with the baskets


                            Brian Laundrie's parents remove Gabby Petito sign, laundry baskets in front of home
Laundrie's parents clear their lawn of white laundry bins left by protesters (Michael Ruiz/Twitter and gabspetito/Instagram)

Florida fugitive Brian Laundrie's parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, emerged from their North Port home on Sunday night, October 10, to clear their lawn of white laundry bins and a tribute poster dedicated to deceased Gabby Petito. In the weeks following Petito's disappearance, the Laundrie residence has been the focus of massive media attention. Amid rumors about Laundrie's parents helping their son evade arrest, protesters have been staging loud demonstrations outside the Laundrie residence. There have been reports of scuffles breaking out between the homeowners and those demanding justice.

On the night of October 10, Laundrie's parents were seen clearing about 10 white laundry bins that were left on their front lawn by protesters, according to an exclusive video obtained by Fox News. Chris and Roberta refused to answer questions as they removed a poster of 22-year-old Petito, and also the baskets. “Just let me do it," Chris Laundrie said at one point.

Laundrie's parents clear their lawn of white laundry bins and a Gabby Petito sign left by protesters (Michael Ruiz/Twitter)

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Last week, Chris Laundrie joined the FBI in the search for his missing son. He "accompanied members of law enforcement into the [T. Marby Carlton Jr. Memorial] reserve to show them the trails and places Chris and Brian have hiked and which Brian was known to frequent," Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino said in a statement.

What is the Internet saying?

Social media users took to Twitter to slam the Laundries and their son after the video was released. "Get this for sure and I think Brian is manipulative toward them as well… We can all say “I would do this, I would do that” but we don’t know what we would do…,,. However, this does not excuse their actions and I believe they know more than they are saying," one user wrote, while another wrote, "Any of you guys wonder if all this mail and deliveries they keep getting are somehow sent from Brian and that’s how he keeps in touch?!". One user wrote, "If that was me, which it never would be, I’d have already moved to an undisclosed location. They did bring this on themselves though by refusing to talk or be helpful to her family in anyway."



 



 



 

While one user wrote, "I am glad it bothers them! Gabby’s Army will prevail! Let’s all mail letters and dirty laundry picks to them! I am going out tomorrow and getting some. Dirty SOB’s!!!!!", another wrote, "Sure bring it all inside so they can look at it all, so they can stare at the pile of laundry baskets and stare at the folded sign of Gabby cause now it isn't in the lawn, now its inside their living space. I can only hope bringing it inside will bother them even more."



 



 

"wow.. so nonchalant & dismissive about about important questions & not at all fearful or ashamed," one user wrote. "Neighbors need to put the signs up in their own yards facing the Laundrie’s place, then the Laundries can’t remove them or leave their house without seeing them. People could start being arrested/charged if they keep putting stuff in the murder-accomplices’ yard," another wrote.



 



 

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