Brian Laundrie Never Torched His Mother’s ‘Burn After Reading’ Note – Now We Know What It Promised

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While the exact sordid details surrounding the death of Gabby Petito may never come to light, a curious piece of the puzzle has — and the Laundrie family are swiftly dismissing it as “hype” and “sensationalism.”

Via her attorneys, Roberta Laundrie used those exact words to describe to Fox News the highly publicized “burn after reading” note she had penned for her son, which was made public as part of an ongoing civil suit.

For the unfamiliar, Brian Laundrie, the son of Roberta and Chris, became a national story when he and his 22-year-old fiancee, Petito, went missing near Wyomingin August 2021. Petito was found dead in September 2021.

One manhunt and one month later, Brian Laundrie’s remains were found in Florida. Petito’s parents, Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt, ultimately brought a civil lawsuit against Chris and Roberta Laundrie, as well as their attorney, Steve Bertolino.

As part of the civil trial proceedings, the much ballyhooed “burn after reading note” that was found in Brian’s backpack from Roberta to her son was publicized:

Laundrie Note by The Western Journal

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