Finally, the wheels of justice for Gabby Petito’s family are slowly turning. Today, Judge Hunter W. Carroll ruled against Chris and Roberta Laundries’ motion to dismiss the case against them and issued the following statement: “Because the testimony of the Laundries’ attorney related to the unique facts of this case is objectively outrageous, The Court concludes plaintiffs have pleas in law against the laundries alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress.
The court denies the laundries’ motion to dismiss.” The civil claim at issue exceeds $30,000 plus attorneys’ fees.
The judge in the Gabby Petito case denies Laundries’ motion to dismiss
In their motion to dismiss the lawsuit, the laundries said the media exposure of the case would make it difficult to find a truly impartial jury. They also claimed that since Gabby’s body was found and because it had been months, the whole matter was resolved. No, we’re not kidding.
They really said wholeheartedly that the whole matter was resolved because Gabby Petito’s body was found and because it had been months. As if finding her body was the resolution this family actually wanted. Like magically overcoming the loss of a child.
You’d think that after losing her own son, Roberta Laundrie would have sympathy for Nicole Petito and would do whatever she asked, but her son took his own life because he wanted it, he had a choice in the matter . Gabby, no matter what the letter Brian Laundrie was scribbling in his final moments says, had no choice on the matter.
It’s weird how the letter says Gabby was hurt but doesn’t really specify how she was hurt. We know she had blunt force trauma to her head according to the autopsy, but now that the letter has been released we are getting a clearer picture of what happened and we hope the judge did too. There’s a reason he hasn’t dismissed this case, we at DSD will continue to keep an eye on him. Stay tuned!!!
https://dailysoapdish.com/2022/07/gabby-petito-murder-case-update-judge-hunter-w-carroll-denies-brian-laundrie-family-motion-to-dismiss-calls-their-statement-objectively-outrageous/ Gabby Petito Murder Case Update: Judge Hunter W. Carroll DENIES Brian Laundrie Family Motion To Dismiss, Calls Their Statement “Objectively OUTRAGEOUS”