On September 11, the family of 22-year-old American Gabrielle Petito reported her missing. Her fiancé, with whom she had gone on a van tour of the American West, returned alone on September 1. The girl’s body has since been found, and police say Gabby was killed. Her boyfriend, Brian Laundry, meanwhile fled without revealing the final days she spent with the New Yorker. On September 24, the US federal police issued an arrest warrant against him not for murder, but for fraudulent use of a debit card.
Gabby Petito, whose disappearance caused great emotion in the United States, died of strangulation and her death is a homicide, announced this Tuesday the forensic pathologist who supervised her autopsy.
A few days after these terrifying revelations, a new witness decided to break the silence.
Nina Celli Angelo told Fox News that on August 27, between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., she went to lunch with her boyfriend at the Tex-Mex restaurant Mary Piglets. She claims that she saw Brian argue with a waitress while Gabby was sitting next to her. Although Nina said she couldn’t overhear the conversation, the argument seemed to be about money.
According to him, Brian must have left the restaurant and returned from there at least four times. Finally, Gabby intervenes to apologize for her fiancé’s “aggressive” behavior. “I still feel cold just thinking about itNina told Fox News about the incident. “It’s crazy because it wasn’t like we passed them on the street, it was an event in itself“
Subsequently, a behavioral science expert considered this new statement to be one of the most important pieces of information in determining who killed Gabby.
Dr. Ann Wolbert Burgess, who leads the FBI’s Behavioral Sciences Unit, told Fox News: “The fact that he has to apologize for his fiancée’s behavior is somewhat characteristic, and it probably angers him more because he wants to appear a certain way.“. For that, the meeting took place”on or very close to the day he was murdered“.