Who is Nicole Schmidt?
Nicole Schmidt is the mother of the missing girl Gabby Petito.
In a tearful interview on September 13, the parents of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito discussed their anxieties.
Nichole Schmidt, Petito’s mother, told reporters at a press conference in Bohemia, Suffolk County, “We are looking for her… I believe she’s gonna come home,”
Schmidt and Petito’s stepfather Joe have appealed to the public for assistance in locating their daughter, who has been missing since August 25.
Who is Gabby Petito?
A woman named Gabby Petito from Long Island has gone missing while on a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend, and her family is asking for the public’s aid in finding her.
Gabby Petito was last seen in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park in late August, after heading on a trip with her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, whom she had met on social media the month before, according to Newsday.
Who is Gabby Petito’s Parent?
Her father’s name is Joe Petito And her mother’s name is Nicole Schmidt.
Nicole Schmidt, Petito’s mother is a Blue Point homeowner, reported Petito missing to Suffolk County police late Saturday.
According to a press release from the police department, “Gabrielle Petito was traveling in a white, 2012 Ford Transit van with Florida license plate QFTG03 with a companion when she stopped communicating with friends and family,”
The distraught mother told Newsday late Sunday that her daughter FaceTimed her around Aug. 23 or 24, and that while she received texts from her daughter’s phone until Aug. 30, she wasn’t sure she sent them.
Petito’s father, Joe Petito, told Newsday that her absence is “like the disappearance of a child.”
Florida 22-year-old leaves on three-month road trip with boyfriend. Seven weeks into the trip, Gabby Petito’s family stopped hearing from her. The van is home, and boyfriend Brian Laundrie has lawyered-up. (Nicole Schmidt, mom, below.) pic.twitter.com/MO32QKr6kM
— Alex Newberry (@AlexisStargazer) September 14, 2021
He added, “drowning with your hands tied behind you,”
“You can’t describe it. There’s nothing you can do. You can’t control anything.”