Vanessa Bryant Believes There Was ‘Cover Up’ in Latest Dispute Over Leaked Photos

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Vanessa Bryant continues to fight those who she believes did her and her family wrong.

This week Vanessa Bryant filed a motion claiming the leaked photos of the January 2020 helicopter crash that killed her husband Kobe Bryant and their 13-year-old daughter Gianna were deleted in a “cover up” by the county in her legal complaint.

Vanessa Bryant filed a legal complaint against Los Angeles County last year due to leaked photos of her husband Kobe and daughter Gianna’s fatal helicopter crash site.


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Via People:

“The Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department took affirmative steps to destroy evidence that would enable Plaintiffs to discover the full scope of their misconduct,” the filing states. “By destroying evidence instead of preserving it to conduct a proper investigation, Defendants have prevented Plaintiffs from discovering how many other people saw graphic photos of their loved ones’ dead bodies.”

Skip Miller, outside counsel for Los Angeles County, addressed the latest motion in a statement to PEOPLE.

“While the County continues to have the deepest sympathy for the grief Ms. Bryant has suffered, the request by her lawyers for sanctions is an attempt to distract attention from the fact that none of the routine investigative photos taken by County employees have ever been publicly disseminated,” Miller said.

The trial is set to begin early next year.


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