The records are meant to show that Kobe Bryant’s widow suffers ongoing emotional distress from crash scene photos shared by Los Angeles County employees.
Two families alleged they suffered emotional distress over graphic photographs reportedly taken or shared by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies and firefighters.
Kobe Bryant's widow and relatives of the others killed in the helicopter crash are being asked to prove their ongoing depression, anxiety and emotional distress.
Bryant posted a sweet message on Instagram about how hard it was to leave 18-year-old Natalia at school.
"Missing my baby girl," she wrote in the caption of the post.
The Milwaukee Bucks star reflected on the late Hall of Famer's confidence in him after winning the NBA championship.
Matt Mauser earned a standing ovation from the "America's Got Talent" judges with his stunning performance of Phil Collins’ “Against All Odds.”
Seven others also perished in the 2020 crash.
The 18-year-old is heading to the University of Southern California.
Kobe Bryant's widow said she worked with the brand on the sneakers in honor of her late daughter Gianna, but never approved their release.
In 2020, 1,500 baby boys were named Kobe and 7,826 girls were named Gianna.
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa Bryant, accepted her husband's posthumous induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame with Michael Jordan at her side.
The former Bulls great will induct his fellow NBA legend into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Legal filings posted on her Instagram account contain disturbing allegations about how those deputies obtained and shared images from the crash site.
The judge's ruling allows their names to be added to a lawsuit that Vanessa Bryant has filed against Los Angeles County and its sheriff’s department.
"Lying in bed crying isn’t going to change the fact that my family will never be the same again,” she said about her grieving process and pushing forward.
"BLACK KINGS BUILT THE LEAGUE," the Brooklyn Nets star wrote on Instagram.
"There’s a better way to show your admiration for my husband," she wrote in a post on Instagram.
Let the man rest in peace a "little longer," tweets Washington Post sports reporter Michael Lee.
Pilot Ara Zobayan had nearly broken through the clouds when the helicopter banked abruptly and plunged into the hills below, killing all aboard.