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The family of the late Kobe Bryant has agreed to settle legal issues surrounding photos of the body of the NBA star and others who were killed in a 2020 helicopter crash.
A federal jury has found that Los Angeles County must pay Vanessa Bryant after officials shared photos of the NBA star's body.
Bryant's widow testified that she "lives in fear every day" that the photos of her husband's death will pop up on social media.
Basketball star Kobe Bryant has died in a helicopter crash in California, alongside his 13-year-old daughter.
Vanessa Bryant's lawyer said a “culture of callousness” led Los Angeles County deputies and firefighters to share photos of 2020 helicopter crash victims.
Vanessa Bryant "lives in fear that she or her children will one day confront horrific images of their loved ones online," the lawsuit says.
“Every time someone plays her hardest, I know that’s you on the court,” Vanessa Bryant wrote to her daughter, who died in 2020.
Bryant shared a throwback photo with her late husband in honor of the couple's 21st wedding anniversary.
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.
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.