During his interview with The Sun, Dog the Bounty Hunter stated that based on the books Laundrie allegedly read, one being the horror-satire novel Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk, that could be an indication of his serial killer theories.
“I’m thinking more and more about [Brian Laundrie] being maybe a serial killer. Not just a killer of Gabby.”
Dog the Bounty Hunter used Dungeons and Dragons books as his example by stated that a couple of the books that Laundrie has been apparently reading are 10 times worse than any of the Dungeons and Dragons books. “This kid, Brian has taken those books, obviously to heart.”
Dog the Bounty Hunter then stated that this is what happens when children are looking at those kinds of things. The reality star also declared Gabby Petito’s missing fiance didn’t just become a killer overnight.
“Reading is different than any other consumption of media,” Dog the Bounty Hunter shared. “It takes more effort than staring at a screen half alive. It allows you to use your brain rather than melt it. And there is no author more stimulation to me than Chuck Palahniuk.”
Meanwhile, Bill Warner, who runs a PI service in Florida, alleged to The Sun that Dog the Bounty Hunter is guilty of an “obstruction of justice.” The PI also accused the reality star’s search of Laundrie as “one big publicity stunt” and “outrageous.” Despite the accusations, Dog the Bounty Hunter has stated he doesn’t need the publicity.
Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter Lyssa Chapman Deletes Tweet About ‘Big News’ In the Laundrie Case
Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter, Lyssa Chapman, recently declared on Twitter she may actually announce some big news in regards to the Laundrie case.
Although it attracted a lot of attention, Chapman seems to have deleted the tweet. Instead, she wrote an appreciation post for her dad. “Appreciation post for amazing man I call Dad. Proud to be your daughter @DogBountyHunter #MyDadIsASuperHero.”
The post from Chapman comes just hours after Dog was hit with a $1.3 million lawsuit. As previously reported, the lawsuit accuses the reality star of being racist and homophobic before and after the filming of his show, Dog Unleashed.
Michael Donovan, the President and CEO of Unleashed Entertainment revealed that Dog Unleashed saw its cancelation just weeks before the April premiere because of “actions taken by Mr. Chapman during the show’s production that breach contractual agreements.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the reality star was illegally holstering and wearing a taser device while filming in Virginia.