Kobe Bryant’s Wife Vanessa Bryant Devastated over Shared Crash Scene Pictures?
Kobe Bryants’ sudden and tragic death caused by an accidental crash was an extremely painful incident for the ones he left behind. The aftermath of the crash and his death has been the toughest for his own family, of course. And in such a time, the grieving family needs nothing but support and respect for their loss. However, the media or people in charge are not always so responsible. Rather, the victims’ families’ pain is intensified. This is what Vanessa Bryant, wife of now-deceased basketball legend Kobe Bryant is suffering right now. She explicitly made a request to not allow any pictures of the helicopter crash scene. But her plea went ignored. Keep reading to know the details.
Kobe Bryant’s wife makes a request for no pictures of the crash
On January 26, Vanessa Bryant went to the sheriffs’ office and requested him that the crash area should be a ‘no-fly zone’ and it should be ‘protected from photographers.’
This request is completely understandable. After all, Vanessa lost her husband Kobe Bryant as well as her 13-year-old daughter Gianna in the crash. At the time, the sheriff assured her that no one would invade her families’ and other victims families’ privacy.
However, allegedly, some cops took photos, in fact quite graphic ones. And now Vanessa Bryant is “absolutely devastated”, her lawyer shared in a statement.
Vanessa Bryant taking strict legal action
Los Angeles Times reported that sources shared that Los Angles County sheriff’s deputies shared graphic images of the remains of the scene and victims. Mrs. Bryant, upon finding this out, referred to the cops as ‘inexcusable and deplorable.’
In a statement by her lawyer, he said that the sharing of these photos is an “an unspeakable violation of human decency, respect, and of the privacy rights of the victims and their families.”
The Los Angeles Sheriff department is now investigating the allegations. Meanwhile, Vanessa Bryant and her lawyer are demanding to find and reveal their identities and calling for harsh discipline against them.