BRIAN Laundrie’s remains have been marked as a tourist attraction on Google Maps and received one-star reviews after it was found in Florida earlier this week.
The skeletal remains of Gabby Petito’s fiancé were found on October 20 by police after his parents discovered his belongings near the entrance to the Carlton Reservation in North Port.
TikTok user @emilybernay highlighted the location marked as “Brian Laundrie’s Body”, which has since been removed from Google Maps.
The TikTok video shows that the location had two one-star reviews.
One reviewer said: “Too expensive admission. Full seizure of money. The park rangers wanted $ 40 for the chance to prick him with a stick.
“I couldn’t even take a selfie without paying some cash. “
The other reviewer added: “1/10 didn’t like it.”
According to PopCrush, the tourist destination was established on Thursday, the same day police confirmed the remains found in the nature reserve belonged to Laundrie.
The Sun reached out to Google for comment, but had not had a response at the time of publication.
Carlton’s reservation had previously been trolled by criticism related to the laundry search.
Critics online had left messages claiming they had spotted him on their travels.
One wrote: “Excellent experience, except for a bald man named Brian who was selling snakes to eat… seemed in desperate need of money! “
Another said, “Cool place. I met a bald guy named Brian who sounded a bit strange but other than that great getaway! ”
The cops were able to identify with certainty the skeletal remains found in the Carlton reservation using the fugitive’s dental records.
Laundrie’s family attorney Steve Bertolino confirmed that a cause of death had not yet been determined in a statement to the New York Post on Friday.
“No way or cause of death was determined, and the remains were sent to an anthropologist for further evaluation,” Bertolino said.
The laundry went missing just days after Gabby’s family reported her missing on September 11.
He had returned on his own from a trip across the country the couple made together on September 1 and provided no information on where his missing fiancee might be.
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