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Police in Moab have released new bodycam footage of Gabby Petito, discussing whether or not Brian Landrie had 'hit her' during an incident before her disappearance.
You can watch it below:
The footage is from the same incident in which police pulled over the couple's van over in Moab, Utah, after a concerned citizen called authorities when they witnessed a fight between the pair.
In the clip, the officer asks Gabby if Laundrie had hit her.
"I guess yeah but I hit him first... he grabbed my face, he didn't like punch me in the face," said Gabby.
"Did he slap your face?" The officer asked.
"Well he grabbed me with his nail, I have a cut right here I can feel it, it burns," Gabby said, while rubbing her cheek.
In a previous clip of the incident, police questioned Laundrie over the altercation between the couple, to which he replied: "We had a little disagreement. The disagreement was she was getting a little worked up. Little things. In a relationship, there's a lot of little things.
"... She got worked up and had her phone in her hand and her rings and I had the keys. I didn't want to go anywhere. I didn't have my phone, I don't really, I don't have a phone so if she goes without me on a car ride, I'm on my own."
Following the incident, the couple were separated for a night but no further charges were filed.
They had been living in the campervan while travelling across the States, with their journey documented on social media. However, their content stopped abruptly and reports state Gabby was last in contact with her family at the end of August.
Laundrie returned to their home in Florida at the beginning of September, while Gabby was reported missing by her family 10 days later, on 11th September.
Police later confirmed that a body found in a Wyoming National Park was the missing YouTuber.
Now, the FBI has ruled that Gabby's death was a 'homicide'. Laundrie has since also gone missing, and is being treated as a person of interest.
Featured Image Credit: Moab Police Department
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