Police in Moab City, Utah, on Thursday released body camera footage from Aug. 12 that showed Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito and her fiance Brian Laundrie when they were pulled over in their vehicle and after an alleged physical altercation.

Petito, a 22-year-old New York woman, was reported missing over the weekend after a cross-country road trip. In the video, she looks visibly distraught and frequently apologized to police about her emotional state.

The police pulled the two over for speeding and hitting a curb near the entrance to Arches National Park. A witness also called the police department and reported the couple seemed to be arguing when parked at a different location. 

The last time Petito's family had talked to her was on Aug 25. Petito, who is from Long Island, New York, but lives in Florida, is a popular YouTuber and social media blogger with thousands of online followers.

Laundrie, 23, returned home to New Port, Florida, from their cross-country van trip on Sept. 1.

Petito's mother reported her missing on Sept. 11 after multiple attempts to get ahold of Laundrie.

The video released shows the two being pulled over on Aug 12. Petito was almost immediately asked to step out of the car to speak with the officer separately. 

Petito told the officer that the couple had gotten into a fight earlier in the day. She continuously blamed their arguing on her “obsessive-compulsive disorder.”

"We’ve just been fighting this morning. Some personal issues," Petito told the officer.

"Yeah, I don’t know, it’s just some days I have really bad OCD, and I was just cleaning and straightening up and I was apologizing to him saying that I’m so mean because sometimes I have OCD and get frustrated," she said.
 
Laundrie was then told to step outside of the vehicle. He had explained to the officers that the couple had got into an argument because he got into the van with dirty feet which caused Petito to get upset.

Laundrie then locked Petito out of the van because “she needed to take a break” and “calm down.” This allegedly led to Petito striking Laundrie’s arm and attempting to climb into the passenger door after she was locked out. 

"The male tried to create distance by telling Gabbie to take a walk to calm down," he wrote. "She didn't want to be separated from the male, and began slapping him. He grabbed her face and pushed her back as she pressed upon him and the van," the police described the event in the report."  

The officer had asked Laundrie if he wanted to press charges for the fight but he insisted that "I’m not going to pursue anything because she is my fiancée and I love her. It was just a squabble. Sorry, it had to get so public." 

"She gets worked up sometimes so I try to distance myself from her ... We really had a nice morning, she got really worked up," Laundrie said.

Laundrie explained to the officer that Petito suffers from bad anxiety, which led to the officer’s writing the incident off as a “mental/emotional health break” instead of domestic assault. 

North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison said at a press conference Thursday that it remains a "missing person's case." North Port is located about 85 miles south of Tampa, Florida.

Laundrie has declined to talk to police. "...Mr. Laundrie will continue to remain silent on advice of counsel," Laundrie's attorney Steven Bertolino said in a statement