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Wyoming coroner threatened, harassed during Gabby Petito presser


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The Wyoming coroner who introduced that Gabby Petito died of strangulation was reportedly focused with threats and homophobic slurs when somebody hacked a reporter’s account during the livestreamed press convention.

“Someone hacked my name on the coroner’s chat and asked horrible things I’m told. That wasn’t me,” NewsNationNow reporter Brian Entin said on Twitter after the incident. “It was in the chat section where questions were typed.”

The coroner’s workplace stated there have been at the least 4 folks logged into the Zoom presser utilizing his title, the reporter for the Miami-based news outlet added. It was unclear who was behind the vile hack.

Entin’s account despatched Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue a number of messages asking for his microphone to be unmuted during the digital occasion, according to the Sun.

When the request was ignored, the news outlet reported, the alleged hacker wrote, “UNMUTE ME YOU BALD C—.”

The impersonator continued his unhinged assault, which included threats, the Sun stated.

Brian Entin.
NewsNationNow reporter Brian Entin’s account was hacked during the digital press convention and spammed a number of messages asking for his microphone to be unmuted.

“I’m gonna sue you f—- c—t” and “Hope you get homicided [sic] you f—-t,” the messages learn, in keeping with the report.

Entin has been masking the Petito case from exterior the Florida dwelling of her fugitive boyfriend Brian Laundrie’s mother and father since final month, according to NewsNationNow.

Although officers dominated Petito’s dying a murder, the reason for dying wasn’t revealed till Tuesday afternoon when Blue briefed members of the media on the outcomes.

“I’m gonna sue you,” the hacked account messaged after his requests to be unmuted have been denied.

Laundrie returned dwelling to his mother and father’ home in North Port with out Petito early on Sept. 1. He refused to cooperate with police when she was reported lacking on Sept. 11, and vanished shortly after.

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