When the police in North Port banned reporters and journalists from parking on the street in front of the Laundrie house, the news crews faced a dilemma. The neighbors of Brian Laundrie spotted a windfall.
Make no mistake, life has not been easy for the people in the neighborhood, with tempers flaring.
But, as with any crisis, there is money to be made. Crews couldn’t park their trucks on the street, reporters needed a place to set up and according to TMZ, the neighbors responded. “Catering to the media with tents to shield them from the elements, internet access, chairs, water and of course, bathrooms.” Several of the neighbors have made this deal with media members and the rates are rumored to be as much as $3500 a week. So when you see the news footage of the Laundrie house and the news crews are set up in driveways and yards – now you know the story.
Here’s the latest on Dog The Bounty Hunter, as reported by his daughter:
Update: We have a ton of information we are sorting thru. Due to all the media coverage, we have had to let things cool down and allow the REAL leads come back in. Tips are once again becoming more streamlined and verifiable.— Lyssa Chapman (@BabyLyssaC) October 5, 2021
Brian Laundrie Neighbors