Brian Laundrie’s Parents Are NOT Selling Their Florida Home – “Sign Is A Hoax”

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Packing up?

Not so fast…

Since the discovery of Brian Laundrie’s body, and the confirmation that it was indeed a suicide, photos of a “For Sale” sign outside of his parent’s home have gone viral, naturally leading people to suspect they want to sell their North Port, Florida, home.

However, according to NBC News Channel 8, those rumors have been put to rest, and it appears the Laundrie family is staying put.

Josh Benson of News Channel 8 reached out to the Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino, and he said the “sign is a hoax,” and they have no intentions of moving at the moment.

Personally, I would try to move to the most remote place possible with all of the outside noise circulating about their son’s involvement in the murder of his fiancée Gabby Petito, but it looks like they’re going to try to tough it out for a while.

This news comes after Laundrie and Petito went on a cross-country road trip, and Laundrie came back home without Petito.

Her body was later found in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park, and her death was ruled a strangulation. Brian Laundrie fled his parent’s house and the hunt for Brian became headline news across the world, with celebrities like Dog the Bounty Hunter and John Walsh getting involved.

Laundrie’s body was found at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

It was recently revealed that the Laundrie family realized a gun was missing but intentionally declined to share that information until after his body was found and his death ruled a suicide.

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