Kobe Bryant Dead Body Photos Result In A Trail, Here Is What Happened On It So Far

Trial began Wednesday on the case of helicopter crash death photos leaked of NBA legend Kobe Bryant: His wife filed the case claiming that the family faced emotional trauma due to of her husband's leaked photo in crash ( Source : Theguardian )

When their aircraft crashed into a Southern California hillside in January 2020, the NBA great, his daughter Gianna, 13, and seven other people perished in an explosion.

Vanessa Bryan filed a case over leaked images of the crash, and the trial began on Wednesday. 

Kobe Bryant Dead Body Photos Reddit

After the death of Kobe Bryant, the news of his dead body photos went viral, but where the actual images are not known. People on Reddit made posts asking for his leaked photos, but many commented that only his autopsy report diagram was leaked. However, it showed all the various injuries he has all over his body. The man was brutalized and ripped apart. 

In response to the post, one user wrote- I would be furious if pictures of a crash or accident involving a loved one were circulated. The following user responded- Oh, I never did get that. To attempt to put the pilot's family into bankruptcy sounds incredibly vengeful. They now have to deal with the loss of their father and husband.

A third user wished and prayed for the original photos to be deleted, or at least will not get leaked. His postmortem report, partially made public, stated that he suffered a fatal blunt force trauma and had to be recognized using his fingerprints. When the crash occurred, the helicopter was moving at 184 mph, and they don't have the same safety features that cars do, like crumple zones and airbags, etc. They were moving at 2.5 times the speed of a 75 mph interstate car, making their crash worse than, say, a 75 mph helicopter crash.

You can google the complete autopsy report, which is much more graphic. Additionally, there is a graphic autopsy sketch that I'll PM you the link to because, while being a sketch, it might be too graphic for some people.

Ongoing Trial Update: How Did Kobe Bryant Die?

Reddit discusses the trial to begin over Kobe Bryant crash photos. 

The case Vanessa Bryant filed against Los Angeles County over images obtained by law enforcement near the scene of Kobe Bryant's fatal helicopter crash accident is scheduled to be heard by a federal judge.

Sheriff of Los Angeles County Alex Villanueva claims, at least eight Los Angeles County deputies have been charged for taking or disseminating graphic images of the accident site. He instantly gave the order for the photographs to be removed.

Later, it was discovered that a deputy had shown photographs to bar patrons, and a county fire chief had shown images to off-duty firefighters. Villanueva claimed that while the department has a rule banning photographing and publishing accident sites, it does not apply to crime scenes.

In Calabasas, California, on January 26, 2020, firefighters attend to the aftermath of a helicopter crash that claimed the life of former NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is being sued by Bryant's wife. ( Source : Opb )

Vanessa Bryant filed the case last year, alleging that the publication of the graphic images caused her and her family mental hardship. Los Angeles County's attorneys tried to dismiss the lawsuit earlier this year, but the judge refused, stating that "there are genuine issues of substantial facts for trial."

The county already consented to pay $2.5 million to resolve a complaint similar to that brought by two families whose members perished in the disaster on January 26, 2020. Vanessa Bryant's failure to settle suggests that she is still wanting more

At least 28 LASD devices and at least a dozen firefighters distributed the close-up pictures of Gianna and Kobe's corpses, according to the plaintiff's counsel. And it was just the start.

Following those days and weeks, the gratuitous sharing persisted and included despicable actions like flashing the images in a bar while miming their dismemberment and displaying them while sipping cocktails at an awards event.

Initial plans called for the trial to begin in February but was delayed because of a backlog of cases. The judge ordered the county and Vanessa Bryant's attorneys to mediate the case before an April deadline, but no agreement was reached.

The U.S. District Court heard the first day of Vanessa Bryant's invasion of privacy trial against the Los Angeles County sheriff's and fire departments on Wednesday. Opening arguments were slated to begin later that afternoon after the jury was immediately seated in the case.

According to Vanessa Bryant, officers shared the images with the firefighters who arrived at the crash scene rather than using them for investigative purposes. According to the lawsuit, a deputy showed the pictures to bar guests and a firefighter to off-duty coworkers.

On January 26, 2020, in Calabasas, California—about 30 miles north of Los Angeles, a helicopter carrying the late Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and seven other people crashed, killing everyone on board. Bryant's passing shocked the American sports community.

The crash happened due to the fog condition during the flight. 

Kobe Bryant and Daughter Gianna Bryant

From 1996 through 2016, Bryant spent his entire playing career with the Los Angeles Lakers, winning five NBA Championships, the 2008 Most Valuable Player honor, and being selected to the All-Star team in 18 of his 20 seasons.

By the middle of his career, Bryant had made a name for himself regarded as one of the greatest athletes in the NBA. He was renowned for his long career, strong work ethic, clutch shooting, and competent defense.

The athlete was charged with sexual assault in 2003 and pleaded guilty; the case cost him some of his richest sponsorship contracts, but he was still able to maintain his position as one of the wealthiest and most adored American athletes.

Bryant was given a tour of the Lodge and Spa resort in Cordillera by a 19-year-old staffer, and she was then asked to his room. They allegedly exchanged kisses and flirted, but the complainant claimed that when she wanted to leave, Bryant became enraged and attacked her sexually.

The staff went to the police the next day, July 1, 2003, to complain. Bryant gave the police a DNA sample and was questioned by them. The basketball prodigy had an arrest warrant issued for him on July 3. The following day, he handed himself in to police in Eagle County, Colorado, and was released on $25,000 bail.

Bryant was well-known for his philanthropy, several business enterprises, and film projects, in addition to his lengthy playing career (he wrote the 2017 short film Dear Basketball, which won an Academy Award).

Gianna Bryant was Kobe's 13-year-old daughter who died in January 2020 helicopter crash. Bryant and his daughter traveled to Gianna's basketball game at his Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, California, along with the other passengers. The chopper crashed in cloudy weather not long after takeoff.

Sports enthusiasts worldwide and in America were horrified by accident. The Grammy Awards, which Bryant was scheduled to emcee that evening, served as the first of innumerable tributes to him and his daughter.


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