Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie appear in Aug. 12, 2021 Moab, Utah police body camera videos.

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie appear in Moab, Utah, on Aug. 12, 2021. (police body camera videos)

A Florida judge on Wednesday denied a motion for a protective order that would have kept Gabby Petito’s parents from reading a “burn after reading” letter they said Roberta Laundrie wrote her son and Gabby’s killer, Brian Laundrie. She allegedly offered to help bury a body. Roberta Laundrie has said there was an innocent explanation for it, and she gave that letter to her son before he left the state with Petito.

The judge’s decision followed a hearing in which attorneys for Brian Laundrie’s parents and their New York-based attorney Steven Bertolino argued to dismiss the complaints brought by Gabby’s parents. Judge Danielle Brewer held off on making a ruling on those other matters.

“Please produce a copy of a letter written by Roberta Laundrie to Brian Laundrie, which letter states, in part, that Roberta Laundrie would bring a shovel to help bury a body, and which letter was contained in an envelope which on said envelope stated, ‘Burn after reading,”” plaintiff attorney Patrick Reilly wrote in February. “The original of said letter was delivered to Attorney Steven Bertolino by the FBI on June 24, 2022.”

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