In a press conference held Tuesday afternoon, Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue revealed autopsy results in Gabby Petito’s murder case.
The Coroner announced that Gabby was strangled to death, three to four weeks before her body was found at a Grand Teton National Park campsite on September 19.
The doctor added that the body was left out “in the wilderness” for that entire time and added that the 22-year-old woman was not pregnant when she was killed.
Gabby was last seen alive wiping tears on August 27 at a Jackson Hole restaurant where her fiancé got into a violent argument with staff.
Hours later, hikers reported spotting her van abandoned on a dirt road in Grand Teton National Park, where her remains would later be found.
Brain Laundrie, Gabby’s fiancé, is the subject of a nationwide manhunt in connection with her disappearance and illegally using her debit card.