Sick trolls create fake Brian Laundrie Instagram accounts pretending he’s alive and saying ‘I still love you Gabby’

SICKOS have been blasted for creating fake Instagram accounts posing as Brian Laundrie and pretending he is still alive.

The bio on one of the twisted pages reads "Hiking everyday and I won’t be caught" and features screenshotted pictures of Laundrie and fiancee Gabby Petito.

The only account the page is following is that of Gabby, whose remains were found at a campsite in Teton County, Wyoming on September 19.

Cops found remains belonging to Laundrie at the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on October 21.

Trolls have posted a series of snaps of the pair on the account, under the username @brian_.laundrie,pretending to be Laundrie – sparking a tirade of angry responses from other sickened users.

On the depraved page alongside pictures of Gabby, captions read "Thinking about you" and "I still love you!".

And trolls behind the account have also shared photos of the former couple, with the captions "Missin this girl now" and "I love the mountains as much as her".

Another page – @brianlaundrie7 – has a picture of Laundrie sitting on top of a van with the caption "New account everyone follow it".

Fuming users have slammed those behind the accounts as "sick" and "immature" in the comments – with many calling for Instagram to remove the "disrespectful" pages.

One person wrote: "I normally don’t caplocks but THE SHEER AUDACITY OF THIS individual. Put yourselves in the shoes of the grieving families.

"Please think before you do anything else. How the hell can you lack so much empathy?

"This makes me really mad. People’s death suffering and tragedy is no laughing matter. It just shows how immature and how lacking in empathy you are. Grow a f**king heart."

Another added: "What the absolute f**k is the point of making this account and pretending to be him. You’re incredibly f**king immature and psychotic. Seek help."

A third said: "Leave gabby alone to rest in peace. This is disgusting you’re hiding being a screen making fake profiles to get attention."

Laundrie's actual Instagram page appears to have been taken down after his bone-chilling artwork sent internet sleuths into a frenzy.

Gabby, 22, and Laundrie, 23, had been on a cross-country road trip touring the US' national parks when he returned home to Florida without her on September 1 in the couple's repurposed van before disappearing himself 12 days later.

It comes after trolls shamelessly posed as Laundrie in vile Halloween costumes after the fugitive was found dead.

Warped social media users have shared snaps of themselves dressed up as Gabby's fiance Laundrie and Dog the Bounty Hunter for the holiday – with others putting up distasteful decorations.

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