Brian Laundrie sleuths claim 'picture of his mom wearing black is actually HIM donning a dress and veil'

ONLINE sleuths have suggested a figure seen on security footage in a black dress outside the Laundrie family home could be Brian.

The video was first shared to TikTok on October 20 – the day Brian's remains were found – and purports to have been captured earlier the same day by a neighbor in North Port, Florida.

In it, a person wearing a hat and dark colored dress, walks into the home.

One Twitter user said: "They need to check that Roberta in a Black Dress and veil, walking around, it might be Brian."


Another added: "Here’s an idea…. So if Roberta was Brian…then was Brian dressed as Roberta in the black dress and hat at the house?? LOL. Makes as much sense."

That came after police admitted they had mistaken Brian for his mom Roberta in a cap the night he disappeared.

In a major blunder, cops saw Brian through secret surveillance cameras leaving the property on September 13 and believed he returned later the same day.

But what they really saw was Brian's mom Roberta wearing a baseball cap.

Sleuths had already wildly claims Brian's teeth were taken out and implanted into another body to "fake his own death."

The theory refers to the fact that investigators' use of Brian's dental records to identify his remains after they were found in the Carlton Reserve.


Brian's remains were officially identified on October 21 after an extensive search at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

The FBI released a statement after it was confirmed that the human remains found in the search for Brian were bones.

The statement read: "On October 21, 2021, a comparison of dental records confirmed that the human remains found at the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve and the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park are those of Brian Laundrie."

The family lawyer, Steven Bertolino confirmed that Brian's parents were informed of the finding, saying: "Chris and Roberta Laundrie have been informed that the remains found yesterday in the reserve are indeed Brian’s.

"We have no further comment at this time and we ask that you respect the Laundrie’s privacy at this time."


The search for Brian was on its fifth week as authorities tracked down leads and attempt to find him.

It's unclear when the TikTok video of the woman in black was captured but it was first posted to the platform on October 20, the day before the remains were officially identified as Brian's.

Sleuths claimed on Twitter that the video was originally posted by the neighbor to Facebook, though The Sun could not locate the original footage.

A small memorial to Gabby Petito is visible in frame. Brian's silver Ford Mustang is also seen on the driveway.

But there are also no reporters visible in the footage. For weeks the family home has been swarmed by news crews and paparazzi.

The Sun has contacted Laundrie family lawyer Steven Bertolino for comment about the legitimacy of the footage and whether the woman depicted is Roberta.


Brian's fiancee Gabby Petito was found dead at Grand Teton National Park, in Wyoming, on September 19.

Her remains were discovered eight days after she was reported missing and six days after Laundrie vanished.

She was confirmed by a coroner to have been strangled to death by a "human force", and likely to have died between three to four weeks before she was found.

Laundrie was never named a suspect in the case but is the only person of interest.

The couple had been on a cross-country road trip together when Gabby was murdered.

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