Gabby Petito’s Mom Reveals Chilling Text Message That Convinced Her Something Was “Wrong” With Her Daughter

If I saw this text from my daughter, I would be angry.

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Gabby Petito’s mother shared with the world the message that convinced her that something was wrong with her daughter. In July, Gabby and her boyfriend went on their West Coast road trip from Long Island, New York. They planned to visit Portland, Oregon, by Halloween, documenting their journey on YouTube and Instagram. However, things turned around at the end of August.

We know that there are evil people on earth. Utah police pulled the couple over after a witness saw Laundrie hitting Gabby.

The mother lastly talked to her daughter via face-time message at the end of August, and then they never talked to each other again.

One text came from her daughter’s phone that told Gaby’s mother that something was very off. In an affidavit, she shared that the public used to take a warrant to go into Brian Lundrie’s house and called it a crime scene.

New York Post shared: “Can you help Stan? I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls,” the text message read. “The reference to ‘Stan,’ was regarding her grandfather, but per the mother, she never calls him ‘Stan,’” the affidavit by Detective Daniel Alix said. “The mother was concerned that something was wrong with her daughter.”

“This was the last communication anyone had with (Petito),” the affidavit went on. “Her cellphone was no longer operational, and she stopped posting anything on social media about their trip. Per her family, this was not normal behavior for (Petito), and they became more worried about her.”

Why would a girl all of a sudden call to her grandfather? It seems that her boyfriend has control over her phone.

The hunt for the boyfriend continues.

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Author: Brenda Brown

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