Neighbor Saw Brian Laundrie’s Family Take Him Out In New Camper After He Came Home Without Gabby Petito


More details are emerging about an argument between Brian Laundrie and female staff members at a Wyoming restaurant shortly before Gabby Petito’s disappearance, as well as an apparent camping trip the Laundrie family took the day Petito’s family reported her missing.

Laundrie refused to speak with police or Petito’s family about where he last saw her before he supposedly vanished while hiking in a Florida nature reserve on Sept. 14.

The couple had been touring U.S. national parks in Petito’s converted camper van since early July.

A Louisiana couple told FOX News Wednesday that they crossed paths with Petito, 22, and Laundrie, 23, at a restaurant in Jackson Hole, Wyoming back on Aug. 27 – just two days after Petito’s mother, Nichole Schmidt, said she last spoke with her.

Nina Celie Angelo and her boyfriend, Matthew England, were eating lunch at Merry Piglets between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Aug. 27, when they allegedly spotted a man arguing with a female member of the restaurant’s wait staff, FOX News reported.

Angelo said she did not hear the content of the exchange, but said Laundrie appeared “aggressive” and that he walked in and out of the restaurant about four times during the confrontation.

He argued with at least three women – a waitress, the manager, and a hostess – during the ordeal, according to Angelo.

She said Petito came into the restaurant at one point and apologized for Laundrie’s behavior.

England said Petito appeared to be “visibly upset” over what occurred, FOX News reported.

Less than five hours later, another couple happened to record a shot of Petito’s parked van as they were passing through a campsite north of Jackson Hole, FOX News reported.

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Merry Piglets made an Instagram post on Wednesday confirming Petito and Laundrie had been at the restaurant.


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