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Anna Primavere’s Body Found in Trunk in Lebanon, TN

Last updated on August 26, 2021

Courtney Gibson has been booked into the Brevard County Jail on charges of murdering Anna Primavere in Feburary

Gibson will hire a private attorney for the murder of Anna Primavere in February.

Gibson’s charges of Premeditated Murder in the 1st Degree is punishable by either Life in Prison or the Death Sentence. She has an arraignment court date set for April 23, 2020.

During this arraignment, Gibson will be formally advised of the charges against her and will be asked to enter a plea to the charges.


Statement from Anna’s Family

Dear Family and friends,
Thank you all for your kind words and support during this difficult time. While we were holding out hope, we received the news we feared the most last night.

The family is working closely with local law enforcement to seek justice and closure but nothing will ever fill the hole that’s been left in our hearts

My sister Anna was always full of life, making friends, and loved her family & close friends fiercely. She left a lasting impression on everyone she met. She was a great daughter, sister, and a friend.

We are also thankful for the hard work of all of the law enforcement who have been so supportive and worked so hard

Courtney Gibson Turns Herself into Police after a short Nationwide Search after Anna Primavere’s Body Found in Trunk in Lebanon, TN


Gibson was a babysitter hired by the landlord, Zongmu Wang, at 4005 Trinidad, to care for his child.

Anna Primavere was last seen on Friday, Feb. 21st near Know McRae & Barna

Gibson was captured on a Ring doorbell leaving with a mattress on top of her vehicle, a Red Kia Forte, the matress was later burned on the side of a road.

Anna’s mattress was missing when police initially searched the home after family reported her missing.

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Gibson was then seen on Sunday in Lebanon, Tennesse at her mothers. She refused a search by Lebaanon Police of her vehicle.

Lt. Chris Deloach said, “Our detectives began working in partnership with Lebanon Police on obtaining a search warrant for the vehicle, which was obtained today.”

Titusville Police believe the Anna was likely killed in a violent manner in the home between 7pm and midnight on Friday February 21st.

This story is developing and this post will be updated as police release more information

Original Story HERE

Michael Lynch
Author: Michael Lynch

Raised on the Space Coast, I want to keep North Brevard informed of what's happening. Send Tips / Story Ideas to TitusvilleMedia@gmail.com

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