The Laundrie household legal professional has lastly taken a chunk at Canine the Bounty Hunter for his involvement within the ongoing seek for Brian Laundrie!
As we reported, the fact star has been in full bounty hunter mode since becoming a member of the manhunt for Gabby Petito’s fiancé final month. Throughout that point, he collected nameless suggestions, made his approach by means of some swampy terrain in distant sections of Florida, and even injured his ankle within the course of.
However in a brand new assertion, the Laundrie’s household lawyer, Steven Bertolino, took a shot on the TV character, claiming that Canine and America’s Most Wished host John Walsh — who has a brand new TV particular in regards to the Petito case and the continuing seek for Brian — are solely inserting themselves within the case for publicity.
The lawyer instructed TMZ:
“Dusty relics like that Canine and John Walsh want a tragic state of affairs like this to allow them to clear the cobwebs off their names and provides their publicity hungry egos some meals.”
OMG, “dusty relics”!? We weren’t anticipating that sort of shade!
After all, the Laundries’ lawyer isn’t the primary to accuse Canine of becoming a member of the hunt solely for consideration: the bounty hunter’s personal daughter blasted him for a similar purpose simply final week, referencing the experiences that Canine (actual title Duane Chapman) has been pitching his hunt for Brian as a brand new actuality present to a number of networks.
When requested if he thinks Canine is impeding the official investigation with stunts like showing up unannounced at Brian’s sister’s home, Bertolino mentioned:
“That’s for regulation enforcement to find out.”
Given the 68-year-old’s eagerness to be within the press, it shouldn’t be stunning that he was fast to chunk again at Bertolino in an announcement, telling the New York Publish:
“It’s ironic that Mr. Bertolino would criticize the folks looking for Brian Laundrie except maybe he doesn’t need him discovered.”
Earlier this week, Canine urged Brian to show himself in, saying that the Wyoming coroner’s discovering that Gabby was strangled makes him look extra responsible than ever. He defined to The Solar:
“His greatest determination now could be to show himself in… [Brian’s] continued evasion of regulation enforcement makes him look responsible. I can’t fathom how Brian’s mother and father can stay with themselves. They must be doing extra to sign Brian to cease working.”
Do U suppose Canine and Walsh are simply concerned on this high-profile case for consideration? Or does it matter if their involvement in the end spreads consciousness?