Live updates in the Kobe Bryant plane crash photos trial: Jury sides with Vanessa Bryant, awarding her $16 million and singling out troublesome practices at the LA County Sheriff's Department
Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa Bryant is suing LA County for emotional distress, alleging that county officials shared graphic photos of the crash site.
Attorneys in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash trial ask for up to $75 million in damages as case comes to close on late basketball star's birthday
Vanessa Bryant's attorneys will ask jurors to award the plaintiffs between $100,000 to $1million in future annual emotional distress damages.
A fire captain went rogue to photograph Kobe Bryant helicopter crash site, a high-ranking fire chief testified
LACFD chief Anthony Marrone said he never ordered his staff to take photos of remains after Kobe Bryant's helicopter crashed in 2020.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says that only 'god knows' if Kobe Bryant crash photos were permanently deleted from first responders' devices
"The fact that it hasn't popped up on social media means that they did a good job," LA County Sheriff Villanueva said referring to crash photos.
A woman lost her cousin in the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash. Weeks later, she saw LA County officials sharing graphic photos of the crash site at a gala, she testified.
Luella Weireter testified on Friday that she heard an LA fire official say "I can't believe I just looked at Kobe's burnt up body" at a 2020 gala.
A top LA County coroner described in graphic testimony what Kobe Bryant's body looked like to give the jury an idea of what the crash-site photos may have shown
Emily Tauscher provided jurors with a gruesome mental image so they could have a sense of what any photos of the crash site would show.
Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy showed a bartender graphic photos of Kobe Bryant's body. Video evidence showed them laughing afterwards.
A bartender and a 'disgusted' private citizen give a closer look at the night that a cop shared grisly photos of Kobe Bryant's dead body at a bar.
Lakers GM Rob Pelinka described visiting the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash site with Vanessa Bryant: 'She wanted to touch the soil from where they went to heaven'
"He's still my best friend," Lakers GM Rob Pelinka told the court while weeping. "Kobe was like having a true superhero as a best friend."
Judge scolds attorneys ahead of Vanessa Bryant trial for piling on evidence and objections, says it will become a 'never-ending battle'
Vanessa Bryant's now-delayed lawsuit revolves around photos taken at Kobe and Gianna Bryant's helicopter crash site.
Lady Gaga's dog walker 'deeply concerned' after man who allegedly shot him mistakenly released from jail
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department told Insider that the alleged shooter was released on Wednesday "due to a clerical error."
Discharge letters sent by LA County's deputy fire chief said staff members who took photos of human remains at Kobe Bryant crash site 'only served to appeal to baser instincts' and 'visual gossip,' per new court documents
Deputy Fire Chief William McCloud wrote that staff-taken photos of human remains "had no intel value or legitimate business purpose," docs show.
Vanessa Bryant says she feels 'sick' and 'extreme sadness and anger' knowing Kobe and Gianna crash scene photos were shared by LA County officials
"When my girls are assigned their family tree, I do not want them searching my husband's and daughter's names to discover their remains," Bryant said.
Los Angeles County files motion to dismiss Vanessa Bryant photo leak lawsuit on grounds that crash site photos are 'gone' and 'cannot be recovered'
"Almost two years after the crash, no LASD or LACFD photos have been posted on the Internet, released in the media," the County's attorneys wrote.
LA county wants all of Vanessa Bryant's therapy records to defend against her claim that first responders leaked photos of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash
Last month, LA County attorneys asked her to take a psychiatric exam to prove the leaked photos of the helicopter crash caused her emotional distress.
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