New details about Kobe Bryant’s fatal accident
Vanessa Bryant has revealed new details about the fatal accident between her husband Kobe Bryant and their daughter Gianna.
New details on the deaths of Kobe Bryant (1978-2020) and his daughter Gianna (2006-2020): The “New York Times” have documentswho recorded a conversation between the basketball star’s widow Vanessa Bryant, 39, and a lawyer representing the Los Angeles District. Accordingly, she had already received condolences on social media before the confirmation of her death was received.
An assistant informed them shortly after the crash, which occurred in January 2020, and said that five people had survived, the report said. She assumed that her family was among the survivors. “I was holding my phone trying to call my husband back and then all these notifications came up on my phone that said ‘RIP Kobe, RIP Kobe, RIP Kobe’,” said Vanessa Bryant.
“Like animals on the street”
She then drove to a police station near the accident, where a sheriff confirmed the death of her husband and daughter. She then asked not to take photos of her loved ones and to secure the area. That was promised to her. Nevertheless, first responders took pictures of the bodies at the crash site.
Vanessa Bryant now wants to take action and is suing the Los Angeles district and some of its authorities and employees for emotional distress. “The effects of the helicopter crash were so devastating that I just don’t understand how someone cannot respect life and compassion and instead use the opportunity to photograph lifeless and helpless people for their own sick amusement,” the report said the “New York Times”. She could not imagine “how someone can be so callous and show no consideration for you or your friends and simply share the pictures as if they were animals on the street”.
Negotiations go on
The former basketball player and later Oscar winner died on January 26, 2020 in a crash of his private helicopter. On board, along with seven other people, was his 14-year-old daughter Gianna, who also did not survive the crash. Negotiations in the case are expected to continue this week and early November.