NBA Lakers star legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter 13-year-old Gianna and seven other passengers died in the Jan. 26, 2020, helicopter crash in the Santa Monica Mountains. All passengers on board were headed to a youth basketball practice at Kobe Bryant’s facility, have died.
Vanessa Bryant has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office about allegedly sharing photos of the helicopter crash wreckage last year that killed her husband, Kobe Bryant, and daughter Gigi.
Bryant and her attorneys state her claims about her lawsuit against the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department deputies first responders are not public harassment and threats, and their statements are unjustified. Court papers reveal. the prosecuting attorneys for the case that was filed in the central District of California, claim miss Bryant’s prosecution and publicity of the lawsuit is harassing and that the victims are being victimized.
Lawsuits are public record and Vanessa Bryant has every right to seek justice against her claim.
Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa sued the helicopter flight operator on April 15, 2020, claiming Island Express Helicopters and Island Express Holding Corp claiming they failed to ensure the pilot and the craft were flight ready. The operator argues two flight controllers share the blame. Reports Courthouse News.
Courthouse news also reports “Attorneys for the helicopter company filed a cross complaint seeking indemnification and arguing the two flight controllers supporting Zobayan — Kyle Larsen and Matthew Conley — were negligent and shared the blame for the crash. The company wanted the pair added to the lawsuit as cross-defendants.” It was also reported, “In a 5-page ruling Monday, U.S. District Judge Fernando M. Olguin granted the federal government’s motion to dismiss Island Express’ declaratory relief claim but denied the rest of the bid to toss the cross complaint.”
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