Video shows protesters banging on door of Brian Laundrie's family home, shouting 'dirty Laundries' following Petito autopsy results
Obvious protesters pounded on the door of Brian Laundrie's family home in North Port, Florida on October 12. Fox News
Two apparently angry protesters showed up at the family home of missing Brian Laundrie in Florida on Tuesday night.
They pounded on the door and yelled, "Come on, dirty laundries" on Fox News footage.
Early Tuesday, a coroner announced that Laundrie's fiancée Gabby Petito had died of manual strangulation.
Two obviously angry protesters showed up at Brian Laundrie's family home in Florida Tuesday night, knocked on the door shouting, "Come on dirty laundries" after a coroner ruled that the man's fiancée, Gabby Petito, had been strangled. Video shows.
In footage captured by Fox News, the couple can be seen on the property of the North Port house where the now-missing Laundrie - the only person interested in Petito's disappearance and death - lived with his parents and Petito.
"Come on, you like to choke people," a man could be heard screaming after he pounded on the door, according to the video.
He added, “It's time to wake up and face the consequences,” the clip shows.
According to Fox News, the two also demanded that Laundrie's parents "have their say" soon.
When they left the property, Laundrie's father, Chris, appeared to be locking the front door, the news agency reported.
Police arrived at the apartment shortly after, according to Fox News.
Early Tuesday, a Wyoming coroner announced that 22-year-old Petito - who went missing during a summer cross-country road trip with Laundrie to the west - had died of manual strangulation.
Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue told reporters that Petito's body had been "three to four weeks in the wild" before it was found in a remote Wyoming campsite on September 19.
Authorities said Laundrie returned home on September 1 in the van the couple had traveled in, but without Petito.
His parents reported him missing to the Florida police on Sept. 17 and told investigators that he would have died on Sept.
Laundrie remains the subject of an FBI-led manhunt and his parents have not yet spoken publicly about the case but have only released statements about the family attorney.
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