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Brian Laundrie Cause Of Death Revealed: What To Know About Autopsy Month After Discovery Instagram

The home of Brian Laundrie’s parents in Florida is reportedly up for sale as of Tuesday, Nov. 30, a week after Laundrie’s autopsy ruled his death a suicide, as suspicion hangs upon his parents’ possible involvement in the death of Gabby Petito.

Chris and Roberta Laundrie’s house had a “for sale” sign put up on Tuesday after the duo went on a mysterious excursion. The closely-watched couple was photographed hiking through the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park months after they found Brian’s body in the same forest, according to the New York Post.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie had been living in the Laundrie’s home since 2019. Petito, who was found dead via manual strangulation, was engaged to Laundrie during her death.

Brian went missing on Sept. 13 or 14 and was last seen at Chris and Roberta’s house, prompting speculation that the couple helped their wanted son escape. Brian’s death was ruled a suicide by coroners on Nov. 23. A self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head was the cause of his death, CNN reported.

It is believed that Brian stole one of his father’s pistols in order to kill himself, as one of his father’s firearms was missing during an inventory done by Chris and the police on Sept. 17.

“While law enforcement was at the Laundrie home on Sept. 17 to complete the missing person report for Brian, we volunteered to surrender all guns in the home to avoid any possible issue going forward,” family lawyer Steve Bertolino said. “While retrieving and taking inventory of the guns, it was realized one pistol was missing.”

Though many have speculated the involvement of the Laundrie couple in the deaths of either Gabby Petito or their son Brian, there have been no formal charges against them as of press time and Steve Bertolino, the family lawyer, insists upon their lack of involvement.

The house, which is not up on Zillow or Realtor yet, is a 10,000 square foot lot that also houses the Laundrie’s juicing business. It is estimated to be worth somewhere between $210,000 and $340,000 on the current housing market.

Although the Laundries have yet to state why they are selling the house, an invasive media presence has emerged outside their home since Petito went missing, with their neighbors reportedly charging up to $3,500 a week just to allow the media to camp near the Laundrie's property.

The house of Chris and Roberta Laundrie is reportedly being sold, one week after the death of their son Brian Laundrie was ruled a suicide by coroners. This is a representational image. Devon MacKay/Unsplash.

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