Gabby Petito police bodycam reveals chaos inside van after fiancé Brian Laundrie 'hit her' following 'argument over OCD'

POLICE bodycam footage shows the chaos inside Gabby Petito’s white camper van after a 911 caller alleged that Brian Laundrie hit his fiancée following an "argument over OCD".

Cops responded to reports of an incident in Moab, Utah on August 12 where they interrogated both Laundrie and Gabby.


It’s reported that the pair had an "argument” during their road trip.

Bodycam footage shows Laundrie standing near the back of the Ford Transit van casually explaining the situation to cops.

Meanwhile, Gabby tried to explain what had happened as she was sobbing in the back of a police car.

Later on in the footage, the inside of their van can be seen as the doors are wide open.

A bed, pillows, sleeping bags and wooden furniture can be seen inside the vehicle.

Attached to the right door appears to be a small folding table that's used for eating and preparing food.

It appears as some items have been thrown into the van as it looks cluttered and untidy.

The layout of the van when seen on the bodycam footage contrasts with how it was arranged in a video uploaded to Gabby's YouTube page.

The couple documented their adventures on her channel Nomadic Statik.

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Gabby offers viewers a tour inside and proudly shows off the van.

The bed is neatly made and has fluffy pillows while the inside has been kitted out with lights and plants.

Books are stacked by the side while there are storage boxes underneath the bed.

Photographs from their adventures have been stuck on to notice boards and the van has been decorated with pieces of colorful fabric.

'VAN LIFE'

It comes as a 911 caller claimed that Laundrie had allegedly hit and slapped Gabby.

They said: "I'd like to report a domestic dispute. We drove by and the gentleman was slapping the girl.

"They ran up and down the sidewalk, he proceeded to hit her, hopped in the car and they drove off."

A video captured by the Moab City Police Department showed officers responding to a call involving the couple outside a grocery store.

The more than hour-long clip begins with officers pulling over the couple's white 2012 Ford Transit van and approaching the passenger-side window.

With tears streaming down her face, Gabby tells the officer: "We've just been fighting this morning. Some personal issues."

'I APOLOGIZE'

Brian adds: "It's been a long day. We were camping yesterday and camping got [inaudible] and stuff."

Gabby is then ordered out of the vehicle and separated from Laundrie.

The vlogger tells police that she has OCD.

She said: "I was apologizing to him and saying I'm sorry that I am so mean as sometimes I am so mean because I have OCD and get really frustrated.

"Not like mean towards him I guess my vibe is like in a bad mood and I said I'm sorry I'm in a bad mood I am stressed I had so much work."

FBI detectives found human remains “consistent” with the description of Gabby in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming on Sunday.

The discovery came a week after Gabby was reported missing by her family.

A makeshift memorial of stones arranged in the shape of a cross has been spotted at the campsite where the body was believed to be found.

Meanwhile, Laundrie returned to Florida alone on September 1, immediately hired an attorney, and reportedly refused to cooperate.

He has been identified as a person of interest but cops have not named him a suspect.

Cops were seen swarming the Florida home of Laundrie's parents as they were removed from the property.

Officers towed away his silver Mustang from the home in North Port.

Agents went inside and took out "boxes and boxes" of evidence, according to local media reports.

It’s believed that Laundrie may have driven the car when he allegedly went for a hike in a 25,000-acre nature reserve in the Sarasota area.

 


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