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Gabby Petito's mother files new lawsuit against estate of Brian Laundrie

NORTH PORT, Fla. - Nichole Schmidt, the mother of deceased Gabby Petito, on Friday filed a new wrongful death lawsuit in Florida against the curator of the estate of deceased Brian Laundrie. The lawsuit, which seeks wrongful death damages of $30 million, states that Laundrie intentionally killed Petito, and as a direct result of his conduct, Schmdit and Joseph Petito, Gabby Petito's father, "incurred funeral and burial expenses, and they have suffered a loss of care and comfort, and suffered a loss of probable future companionship, society and comfort."The complaint also demands a trial by jury and judgment for compensatory damages. RELATED: Gabby Petito family's lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents will head to jury trial in 2023, courts sayThe curator of Laundrie's estate, Barry Spivey, told Fox News Digital that one of his primary functions as a limited curator "is to accept service of a summons on that lawsuit," but he has "absolutely no responsibility to respond to it.""They needed somebody to accept service of process, but once that's done, I'm done with it," he said of the complaint.RELATED: New court filing says Brian Laundrie's parents knew Gabby was dead before family trip to Fort DeSotoThe new lawsuit comes after Schmidt and Petito filed a civil lawsuit in Florida alleging that Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, were aware that their son killed their daughter and attempted to help him flee justice.

Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit on March 30, arguing that there are no facts to support their claims of "intentional infliction of emotional distress." Petito and Laundrie were traveling cross-country over the summer in Petito's van before her parents

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NORTH PORT, Fla. - Nichole Schmidt, the mother of deceased Gabby Petito, on Friday filed a new wrongful death lawsuit in Florida against the curator of the estate of deceased Brian Laundrie. The lawsuit, which seeks wrongful death damages of $30 million, states that Laundrie intentionally killed Petito, and as a direct result of his conduct, Schmdit and Joseph Petito, Gabby Petito's father, "incurred funeral and burial expenses, and they have suffered a loss of care and comfort, and suffered a loss of probable future companionship, society and comfort."The complaint also demands a trial by jury and judgment for compensatory damages. RELATED: Gabby Petito family's lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents will head to jury trial in 2023, courts sayThe curator of Laundrie's estate, Barry Spivey, told Fox News Digital that one of his primary functions as a limited curator "is to accept service of a summons on that lawsuit," but he has "absolutely no responsibility to respond to it.""They needed somebody to accept service of process, but once that's done, I'm done with it," he said of the complaint.RELATED: New court filing says Brian Laundrie's parents knew Gabby was dead before family trip to Fort DeSotoThe new lawsuit comes after Schmidt and Petito filed a civil lawsuit in Florida alleging that Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, were aware that their son killed their daughter and attempted to help him flee justice.
The parents of Gabby Petito have amended their lawsuit against Brian Laundrie’s parents, and are now accusing the Laundries of knowing that Gabby was dead while they were off enjoying a vacation.

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NORTH PORT, Fla. - The family of Gabby Petito says Brian Laundrie's parents knew before going on a family vacation to Fort DeSoto park that their son had killed his girlfriend and left her body in a national park in Utah, according to new documents filed in Sarasota County court.Joseph Petito and Nichole Schmidt, Gabby's mother and father, filed a civil lawsuit against Laundrie's parents, accusing them of knowing their son murdered their daughter, but new documents shed light on when they are accused of knowing their son's alleged crimes. The lawsuit, which is expected to be heard by a jury in 2023, seeks more than $100,000 in damages for causing the Petitos pain, suffering, and mental anguish. According to court documents, the Petito family says Brian killed Gabby on August 27, 2021. "Her cause of death was blunt force injuries to the head and neck with manual strangulation," the suit says.The Petitos say Brian sent text messages to and from his and Gabby's phones in an effort to conceal that she was dead. They also say he sent a message from Gabby's phone to Gabby's mother, but called Gabby's grandfather by his first name – which Nichole Schmidt says her daughter would never have done.PREVIOUS: Gabby Petito's family files lawsuit against Brian Laundrie's parents, claims they knew Brian murdered GabbyThe Petito family says in the lawsuit that they believe Brian told his parents on August 28 that he killed Gabby.
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SARASOTA, Fla. - Brian Laundrie’s full autopsy and forensic reports were released on Monday, revealing new information about the circumstances around his death — including details about items found near his remains.The 47-page report described a "main" scene that contained personal items belonging to Laundrie, including a "pair of green shorts with a green belt, two slip-on shoes, a backpack with unknown contents, a white metal ring," as well as a handgun. The "secondary" scene contained skeletal animal remains, a "half handwritten note" and a hat with the logo "MOAB Coffee Roasters," according to the report.RELATED: Gabby Petito update: Everything known about her death, search for Brian LaundrieLaundrie had been the subject of a manhunt for more than a month as investigators searched for clues in the slaying of Gabby Petito. His remains were later discovered within the vast Carlton Reserve wilderness park in Sarasota County, Florida.The new documents revealed that Laundrie’s body was likely submerged in up to 3 feet of floodwater "for an extended period of time," which likely contributed to the lengthy search for him.The release comes weeks after the FBI released its final update on the Gabby Petito investigation, saying a review of the notebook found near Laundrie's remains showed he claimed responsibility for her death.
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