As she was approaching, the woman, who was identified as Marissa Zdazisky, stated she flew from Hershey, Pennsylvania to be at the home of Gabby Petito’s fiance. “And they’re just sitting there. Peeking out their windows. Well, I’m dirty,” she declared. She then proceeded to say “Dirty Laundrie” repeatedly. “This house should be burned! That’ll get you out.”
Zdazisky then turns to the camera crew who is recording her and said she wants to see Brian Laundrie’s family fined for the search of the missing 23-year-old man. “They know what happened. Or he lied. Because I’m going to tell you something. What got my heart was when I saw the manipulation that their son did with those cops in Utah. He had those cops eating out of the palm of his hand. That’s talent.”
Zdazisky wasn’t finished. She also referred to Gabby Petito’s fiance as being actually psychotic. “That girl was troubled! I think she saw something. And then to separate them. How are you going to separate her in the camper while he’s at a hotel? No! No. I’m sorry, this is not right.”
Zdazisky then demanded that the FBI drag Brian Laundrie’s family out of the home and give some answers about Gabby Petito’s death. “This does not make sense. I got free speech too. I’m not trying to be a drama queen, but the more I see, everyone is reacting to this.”
The manhunt is still underway for Gabby Petito’s fiance, who has been missing since September 14th. Dog the Bounty Hunter has also been seen working with authorities to help with the search.
Laundrie Family’s Neighbor Is Speaking Out After Confrontation With a Protestor
Also on Friday, Angelo Zappacosta, a neighbor of the Laundrie family, spoke to Fox News about being arrested and charged with battery after he confronted a protestor on Wednesday (September 29th). Allegedly, the protester trespassed on Zappacosta’s property, which is right by the home of Gabby Petito’s missing fiance.
During his interview with the media outlet, Zappacosta stated that it’s been two weeks of just a “circus and nonsense” throughout the neighborhood.
“You know, with all the people on the road, I’m sure people notice there’s no porta potties,” Zappacosta went on to observe. “There’s plenty of times I’ve seen people urinating on the side of the road. It’s been very crazy in our neighborhood.”
Zappacosta went on to add that he hopes that justice for Gabby Petito will happen soon and this entire situation can put behind the neighborhood residents.