Brian LaundryNeighbors take advantage of the media circus outside his home … instructing the media to move into their backyards after cops banned media from parking on the street.
Brian’s neighbors seem very good at business. . . dealing with the media with tents to protect them from the elements, internet access, chairs, water and, of course, bathrooms.
As you can see, cameras are now set up in several courtyards and aisles in the Laundromat block – but the neighbors are not giving up that space. We are told that some charge up to $ 3,500 per week!
With non-stop media coverage outside the laundry house since Gabby Petito was reported missing last month, cops recently tried to reduce the number of journalists flooding the street by banning them from parking there.
Renting space from neighbors would allow journalists to access the parking lot to get around this problem.
Tensions are also starting to spill over on the block … with a bursting fight between a neighbor and a protester with a megaphone.
There doesn’t seem to be any such issues with the media, though… as long as those rent checks are clear.