Graphic souvenir photos of Kobe Bryant’s deadly helicopter crash were snapped and shared by first responders but never “publicly disseminated,” so a lawsuit filed by Vanessa Bryant has no merit, L.A. County claims.
Vanessa’s complaint claimed “no fewer than eight sheriff’s deputies at the crash site pulled out their personal cell phones and snapped photos of the dead children, parents and coaches” on Jan. 26, 2020.
Graphic souvenir photos of Kobe Bryant’s deadly helicopter crash were shared internally by first responders but never “publicly disseminated,” so a lawsuit filed by the hoops legend’s widow has no merit, Los Angeles County claims.Read More.
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