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Vanessa Bryant takes legal action to prevent Kobe’s body photo from going ‘viral’ | The latest hip-hop, music and media news

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It has been almost two years since the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, and Vanessa Bryant is still in court to deal with the fallout from the horrific helicopter crash that claimed their lives.

According to The Washington Post, the widow of Kobe Bryant filed a new lawsuit against Los Angeles County last Monday (December 6) for invasion of privacy as first responders admitted to taking photos of the remains of the bodies involved in the tragic accident in ‘helicopter. In the file, Vanessa Bryant says she has been “taunted” by people who “threaten” to disclose photos of Kobe and Gianna’s bodies in the crash and fears the photos will go “viral” even if they do. are wrong.

“These assistants and firefighters took the worst thing that ever happened to me – the worst thing that can happen to a mother or a spouse – and made it worse,” she said on the file. “I will never be able to shake off the anguish of knowing that the officials supposed to protect us treated Kobe and Gianna with such disrespect.” For the rest of my life, one of two things will happen: Either close-up photos of my husband and daughter’s bodies go viral online, or I will continue to live in fear of it happening. “

In the file she says she saw a photo that allegedly shows Kobe’s body and since seeing that photo she has been “tormented by the thought of who took it and whether it represents my husband.”

People are just plain cruel these days thanks to social media.

News of the footage came to light after the crash when a sheriff’s deputy showed the footage to other patrons at a bar in California. Since then it has become known that he was not the only one with access to the photos and that others had taken photos of the horrific scene as well. Something Ms Bryant said in her documents angers her the most.

“It infuriates me that the people I trust to protect the dignity of my husband and daughter have abused their position to obtain mementos of their deaths, as if having photos of their remains somehow makes them feel good. special kind. I imagine Kobe monitoring what happened at the scene of the accident, and I am overcome with anger and emotion.

I can’t say we blame her a bit.