TikToker raises funds from followers to fly banners over Brian Laundrie's home

It’s the latest example of the massive impact that social media has had on the case, as amateur -sleutels op TikTok, Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, and other platforms have closely followed 22-year-old Gabby Petito’s tragic dood and the manhunt for 23-year-old Brian Laundrie.

Justin Shepherd collected donations from his more than 330,000 followers on TikTok through Venmo, then used the funds to pay a company to fly the banners over the house, where Brian Landrie’s parents have laid low since the case began.

The goal of the banners was to keep awareness of the case,” Shepherd told Fox News. “It’s kind of a bit of a stunt to fly a plane over the house for two hours.

Justin Shepherd raised funds from his TikTok followers to fly this banner over Brian Laundrie's home in North Port, Fla.

Justin Shepherd raised funds from his TikTok followers to fly this banner over Brian Laundrie’s home in North Port, Fla.

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