Brian Laundrie Parents. Brian Laundrie’s parents were “tortured” by protesters outside their Florida home.
“They were tortured by these protesters outside in their own homes,” attorney Steven Bertolino told Insider.
It goes on and on, “They don’t know if their child is alive or not,” said Bertolino.
Brian Laundrie’s parents are being “tortured” by protesters who have lived in front of their Florida home for weeks since their son – the only person interested in Gabby Petito’s disappearance and murder – disappeared, the family’s attorney said on Tuesday.
“They were tortured by these protesters outside in their own homes,” attorney Steven Bertolino told insiders for Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie.
Protesters have been showing up regularly at the Laundrie family home in North Port for weeks, mocking parents and leaving signs in their yard, including a photo of Petito, who was strangled by coroners around the end of August.
Recently, a Florida woman filed a lawsuit against Chris Laundrie claiming he stole a $40 sign posted near her home on October 16.
The sign said, “What if it’s Cassie?” about Cassie Laundrie, daughter of Chris and Roberta Laundrie, according to court documents.
Chris and Roberta Laundrie “were tracked down for doing basic tasks like grocery shopping,” Bertolino told Insider.
“They were plagued with lawsuits about a $40 sign that was most likely on their property and should be considered trash,” Bertolino said.
The lawyer added, “And all this happens when you don’t know if your son is alive or not.”