The Florida home of Brian Laundrie’s parents has been flooded with batches of flowers — sent from all over the country in memory of slain Long Island native Gabby Petito.
Chris and Roberta Laundrie, whose fugitive son is sought for questioning in Petito’s death, have been getting flower deliveries for days to honor 22-year-old Petito — with the hashtag, #flowersforgabby now trending on Twitter.
“I felt compelled to participate because the silent treatment is a profound way to completely invalidate a victim,” Chicago resident Stephanie Harris told CNN.
“And sending #flowersforgabby to the Laundrie family is a way of saying, ‘We will not let you give Gabby and other victims the silent treatment,’ ” Harris said. “She was here.”
Lilith Cain, from Springville, Indiana, told the network, “We all jumped on board, spreading the hashtag across all social media.”
“It was a way to keep pressure on the Laundries, but in a beautiful way that memorializes Gabby,” she said. “Peaceful protest, so to speak.”
Laundrie’s parents deny they helped their son escape nor withheld information about his whereabouts despite a massive manhunt for the now-missing 23-year-old.
But they have come under fire on social media and Petito’s parents. This week, flower deliveries have stepped up at their home — a dig at the family.
A makeshift memorial has sprouted up on the front lawn and a stack of flower arrangements piled up outside their house on Tuesday.
“More flowers arriving to the Laundrie house,” Twitter user Brian Entin tweeted Tuesday. “Delivery people now bringing them to the door. The ones we have seen are addressed to Gabby.”
Fox News digital reporter Michael Ruiz added in another post, “Second batch of flowers delivered to #BrianLaundrie home today.”
“This one added to makeshift memorial for #GabbyPetito rather than dropped at the front door,” he said.
Earlier on Tuesday, an anonymous pizza delivery also arrived outside the house — this one for the megaphone-wielding protesters who have been taunting the family for days.