Laundry’s sister asks parents to ‘clean up’ on national TV after reprimanding family lawyer on Monday night
Brian Laundry’s sister Cassie Laundry told ABC’s “Good Morning America” Tuesday that she doesn’t know whether her parents were involved in her disappearance, but added, “I guess if they are, They should come clean.”
Cassie Laundry says she is cooperating with the police.
“I worry about him. I hope he’s okay. And then I’m angry and I don’t know what to think,” she said of Brian. “I would tell my brother to just come forward and get us out of this terrible mess.”
Cassie laundry busted after Gabby Petito murder
Cassie Laundry said the last time she physically saw and talked to her brother was on September 6 and five days before Gabby Pettito was reported missing, she shared a photo of her son standing next to Brian Laundry while he was camping in Fort de Soto Park.
“We just went for a few hours and we ate dinner and did s’mores around the campfire and left,” Cassie said. “There was nothing strange in it, no sense of grand goodbye.”
Cassie Laundry’s remarks came after she told protesters outside her Florida home on Monday that her family was ignoring her brother after she went missing.
In a video shared by TikTok user @chroniclesofolivia, she said, “I am in the boat where I am being ignored by my family and thrown under the bus by my family’s lawyer.”
Brian Laundry is the subject of a federal warrant for alleged debit card fraud and an interest in the murder of Gabby Pettito.
Laundry was seen leaving his house on September 14. Her parents reported her missing three days before the federal warrant was announced.
His whereabouts are unknown, but several possible sightings have been reported along the Appalachian Trail near the border of North Carolina and Tennessee, as well as parts of Florida.
Pettito’s remains were found at a Wyoming campsite on September 19, when he was last seen alive at a campground in Jackson Hole that he was believed to have shared with Brian Laundry until late August.