In her first-ever tweet, Gabby Petito’s mother instructed Brian Laundrie to do the right thing.
“Mommy the bear is getting angry!” Nichole Schmidt wrote. “Never again!”
Laundrie apparently disappeared on September 14, three days after Gabby was reported missing. His body was found Sept.
Joseph Petito earlier Saturday broke the silence on social media by sharing the Gabby Petito Foundation’s developing website, with the words, “He’s already saving lives,” investigating family-received stories about people leaving abusive relationships and the lack of access to people. .
Schmidt’s second post on a newly created account was a retweet by Tara Petito, Joseph’s wife, with a picture of her and Gabby, who was sticking her tongue out. “Gabby I will love you for a month and for coming back always and forever,” Tara Petito wrote.
The third Schmidt post was a retweet of her husband’s account. Jim Schmidt posted a picture of Gabby as a child in a life jacket, with the caption, “It’s still real. I miss you Gabs.”
Nicole Schmidt’s portrait shows her and her daughter. Although it has recently been formed and is only following seven accounts, including three in the family he recruited, it has already attracted more than 11,400 followers. She described herself as “Mother’s goal, the struggle for change and prevention will never end! My Gabby will never be forgotten!”