Gabby Petito’s parents shared a picture of her forearm tattoo along with an encouraging message about the foundation established in her honor. A year after she was found dead, the Gabby Petito Foundation, which was established in her memory, posted a picture of her on Facebook with the three words inked on her forearm.

Gabby, then 22, was just starting her modeling career when she and her fiancé Brian Laundrie embarked on their final road trip. Gabby was killed during her trip, which was a horrific tragedy for the Petito family. After going missing for a week, her body was found in Wyoming National Park on September 19, 2021.

According to the forensic reports, the victim was strangled to death. Brian, her boyfriend, was dragged down the same road as their pleasant trip ended in despair and agony for members of their family. Brian’s body was found after he committed suicide, with a note claiming responsibility for Gabby’s death.

Gabby’s parents created the Gabby Petito Foundation to raise awareness and make a lasting difference in the lives of those affected by similar tragedies through educational programs. Gabby’s parents shared a photo of the young woman’s forearm tattoo along with an encouraging message about the foundation they established in her honor one year after learning they would never see their daughter alive again.

Gabby is smiling and pulling her hair back in the photo, her eyes fixed on the ground. The title of the Beatles song, ‘Let it Be’, was inked across her forearm. “One year ago, we found out there was no chance of our daughter #gabbypetito coming home safe. Out of this tragedy, Gabby Petito Foundation was born.

We ask that to honor her legacy, please continue to share #missingpersons flyers, keep sharing your brave stories of #domesticviolence, and continue supporting survivors of DV with non-judgmental love and kindness. We thank you for your much-needed continued support of our foundation, it helps us continue to be able to aid organizations that directly assist families and survivors.

If you or anyone you know are in danger due to Domestic Violence please call 800-799-SAFE OR GO TO thehotline.org to chat,” the post caption read on Facebook. This shared opinion is in response to Gabby’s parents’ lawsuit against the Laundries and the Moab Police Department for their handling of the first incident of domestic violence in August 2021.

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