Gabby Petito’s Parents Allege Brian Laundrie’s Parents Knew He Killed Her
Brian Laundrie‘s parents, Christopher and Roberta Laundrie, could face jail time if they are charged with being an “accessory” or “obstruction of justice”
after the death of her boyfriend, Gabby Petito, lawyer John M. Phillips of Florida spoke exclusively to In Touch.
Although Phillips does not deal with the Petito-Laundrie case, he said it was important to note that “Brian's parents have no obligation to cooperate [with the authorities], but if they can,
They can file a criminal complaint with the police or lying if they know where Brian is, or if he told them he killed Gabby, or if they helped him escape.
On September 21, authorities announced that a body found in Grand Teton National Park had been identified as missing from 22-year-old Petit.
After Brian returned to Florida, William and Charlene Guthrie, who live in the same neighborhood as Launries, admitted to seeing their family pack up a new campground and leave town for the weekend.
The alleged trip took place about a week after Brian returned home without Gabby. His parents later returned home with Brian
Brian last told his parents that he had escaped before he disappeared, but Laundrys changed the date of Brian's alleged disappearance.