The body of vlogger Gabby Petito, 22, was discovered in Grand Teton National Park EXACTLY ONE YEAR AGO.
Her still-grieving parents ask the public to be alert to domestic abuse warning signs everywhere because you never know who you might be able to help on this difficult anniversary.
In an audio chat on Twitter Spaces on the night of the anniversary, Joe Petito and Nichole Schmidt discussed Gabby’s tragically short life, which was tragically cut short by her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who strangled her to death.
The ex-couple frequently collaborates to promote domestic abuse awareness in memory of Gabby.
On Sunday evening, Nichole said on Twitter that “nobody had any idea what she was going through.”
In reference to the domestic violence police stop on Gabby and Brian that was recorded on bodycam, Joe further stated that there are indicators of domestic violence that are simple to notice.
Since then, Gabby’s family has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the Moab City Police Department, claiming that the department’s police “failed to protect” the van-life blogger during the domestic violence incident weeks before her death.
However, Joe urged viewers to spot domestic violence using the bodycam footage at the Twitter Spaces gathering.
The father posted on the internet, “Use that video as a learning tool.”
“So that we can improve. There’s a prime illustration right there. We ought to and can improve.
“Let people know that they’re not alone, and that might help get them through it. That’s the important thing.”
In August 2021, Gabby was the victim of domestic violence committed by Brian Laundrie.
Witnesses spotted Brian and Gabby engaging in domestic violence when the pair was out camping across Utah.
fresh details from a witness According to a source the U.S. Sun reached out to, Brian also struck her with a closed fist.
After Brian drove back to Florida in the van they were riding in without Gabby, her death was discovered about a month later from “manual strangulation”-related causes.
After spending millions on a manhunt to find Brian, whose self-inflicted gunshot wound led to his death, authorities discovered his remains.
In his suicide note, Brian stated that he killed Gabby after she had been hurt and advised him to seek medical attention out of “mercy.”