Photo: Gabby Petito’s Instagram
Before Gabby Petito disappeared during a trip across the country with her fiancé, conversations with her mother revealed that the young woman was experiencing “increasing tension” and a toxic relationship with her fiancé and fellow traveler, according to an affidavit. from the police.
The last: The affidavit, filed by Florida police last week, offers new data on what investigators have learned as they try to determine what happened to Petito and track down the current whereabouts of the fiancé who returned from the trip without her.
- On August 27, Petito’s mother received one last communication from her daughter, which she described as “strange text,” according to the affidavit.
- Another text message arrived on August 30 that read, “No service in Yosemite,” but her family doubts she wrote it.
- The autopsy of Petito’s possible body has been underway since Tuesday morning, and the FBI is expected to release the results throughout the day, Dr. Brent Blue, a coroner for Teton County, Wyoming, told CNN.
And now that? The police search for Petito’s fiancé, Brian Laundrie, resumed Tuesday at a Florida nature preserve that his parents apparently said he indicated he was going to last week.
- Laundrie’s parents, Christopher and Roberta, were escorted out of their home Monday morning so agents could execute a search warrant at the residence. Later they were interrogated.
- Authorities are looking for Laundrie, who left home with a backpack on Sept. 14, bound for the Carlton Reservation near Venice, Florida. Authorities have not found him.
Main source of the news: CNN