Gabby Petito’s parents say the Laundry family went on vacation while they knew where her body was.

Gabby Petito’s parents amended a proceeding against her parents Admitted murdererFiancé Brian Laundrie claims that he and his family took a vacation together knowing the location of Petite’s body.

The amended proceedings are a natural attraction in Florida, a few days before Gabby Petito was reported missing in a case that caused a large-scale search for a woman and questions about her well-being. Her mother and father lead to the claim that they traveled to Fort Desoto Park near Tampa.

“They took a vacation knowing that Brian Laundrie had killed Gabriel Petite. It is believed that they knew where her body was, and Gabriel Petite’s parents were her. I knew I was trying to find out, “said the amendment proceedings.

Gabby Petito's mother, Nicole Schmidt, was comforted by her husband Jim Schmidt at a press conference in Bohemia, NY on September 28, 2021 (Ted Shafrey / AP).

Gabby Petito’s mother, Nicole Schmidt, was comforted by her husband Jim Schmidt at a press conference in Bohemia, NY on September 28, 2021 (Ted Shafrey / AP).

Earlier this year, a judge in the Florida District Court in the case told plaintiff Joseph Petit and the victim’s father and mother Nicole Schmidt: Their first submission to the laundry had a “procedural flaw” You need to fix it to continue.

Such revisions are not uncommon in civil courts. Laundry tried to dismiss the proceedings.

Laundry lawyer Stephen Bertolino told NBC News by email on Friday. action. “

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Although there was time to submit evidence, the amended proceedings had little support for the vacation request.

The jury trial is scheduled to begin in the week of August 14, 2023 in Sarasota County, Florida.

In March, Bertolino called for the underlying allegations in the first proceeding, but remained largely unharmed on Friday. “Unfounded” and “flirty”.

According to the latest filing, Laundry sent a text to the cell phone in the name of the victim’s grandfather in an attempt to hide Petite’s death. Due to this attempt to hide Petite’s death, the proceedings alleged and it can be speculated that he told her parents that she had died and where he had placed her body.

According to the corrected complaint, the text was sent to Schmidt on August 27th. It says the text mentioned Petite’s grandfather in his first name, Stan.

Brian Laundrie.  (Via @bizarre_design / Instagram)

Brian Laundrie. (Via @bizarre_design / Instagram)

according to NBC News TimelinePetite’s body was found on September 19, 2021 in Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming, where the couple was traveling.

Laundry’s body was found on October 20, 2021 in a nature reserve not far from his home in Florida. A Florida coroner said he died of a self-harm gunshot wound.

The couple departed from New York on a cross-country tour of the national park on July 2, 2021, using the hashtag #VanLife to record their YouTube and Instagram trips.

Her family said Petite was last heard in late August and was believed to be in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming.

According to Schmidt, Petite’s last text sent was August 24, and subsequent texts from her phone were of suspicious origin. According to the lawsuit, Laundry was killed on August 27 by hitting her head and neck with an unknown instrument, strangling her and killing her.

Brian Laundrie is believed to have Return to Tampa September 1st after returning to Florida in August from Salt Lake City, Utah. Petito was reported missing on September 11.

According to the proceedings, Brian Laundrie told his parents what he did and where he left the victim’s remains, but instead of telling the female parents, he blocked the phone and social media blocked Petite’s family. After contacting, I chose to go on a trip to Fort De, Florida. Soto Park September 6th and 7th, 2021.

The alleged leave of the month that the pair caused or exacerbated Petite’s search for fruitful, pain and suffering, mental distress, inconvenience, and “loss of ability to enjoy life” in her family. In the light of the statement, “The proceedings are alleged.

The amount of the declaration was not disclosed, but the amended claim states that the amount of damages required will exceed $ 30,000.