Influencer KP Petito (1999-2021) said he was attacked by his fianc மனைவிe Brian Laundry in the days before his disappearance. The revelation was made by Petito on August 12 after a policeman stopped him and his accomplice on the road near Arches National Park in Utah. Video of the influencer’s statement to the police officer was released by the Fox News Channel website (watch video by clicking Here)
Missing laundry since Sept. 14, he was the prime suspect in KP’s murder – he died on Sept. 19 in a jungle in Wyoming.
According to the American media, a police officer approached Petito and Laundry after a woman called police who reported an attack on a woman in a parking lot.
“Did he attack you?” The police officer asks Petito, who is in a police vehicle with him. “I think, I think,” Influencer reluctantly replied. “But I attacked him first.”
“Where did he hit you? Don’t worry, be honest.” Petito replies: “He didn’t hit me in the face. He didn’t hit me in the face or anything.”
The policeman insists: “Did he slap you in the face? What happened? “Petito replies:” Well, he grabbed me by the nails, that’s why I cut here. [na bochecha]. I can feel how far I leaned, and it was hot. He was angry at me and told me to lock myself out and breathe, but I didn’t want to. I wanted to continue, we were without water.
Both were eventually released because Petito chose not to condemn the laundry.
Petito and his fiance were on a van trip across the United States, but by the end of August she had severed ties with her family. The search for Pettito began on September 1, when her fianc returned home to Florida, without disclosing his whereabouts. The body of the influencer was found in the jungles of Wyoming on September 19th.
Pettito’s body was found in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, where two YouTubers examined a personal video taken at the same location and alerted authorities to finding coffee and a van in the scene matching the description of the vehicle in which future Brian Laundry traveled..
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