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Breaking Basketball News: Vanessa Bryant is awarded $16M

Kobe Bryant Wife Awarded $15M After Suing Basketball Star

Kobe Bryant Wife Awarded 16M

Kobe Bryant’s Widow Gets $15M for her Suit against the NBA Star. A federal jury has awarded Kobe Bryant’s late NBA player $16M in wrongful-death suit. Bryant's widow filed suit after viewing photos of victims from a helicopter crash. She won. In the same case, Christopher Chester, who lost his wife and daughter in a helicopter crash in 2020, was also awarded $15 million in damages. The plaintiffs' attorneys sought up to $75 million.

Vanessa Bryant is awarded $16M

Vanessa Bryant, wife of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, has been awarded $16 million in a personal injury case. Gianna Bryant, the family of Kobe, was sued by Los Angeles County because she suffered from negligence. A jury ruled in her favor and awarded her $16million. It has an unfortunate backstory. A helicopter crash killed nine people, including Gianna and Kobe, in California on Jan. 26, 2020.

Vanessa Bryant was alleged by her legal team that the helicopter crash which killed her husband caused her severe emotional distress. Federal jurors have agreed. The jury found that Los Angeles County, which hired the helicopter, shared graphic pictures of the crash site, which upset her family. She sued the county for invasion of privacy, negligence, and emotional distress.

Chris Chester Wins $31 Million

In a recent court case, Vanessa Bryant and Chris Chester, the widows of Kobe Bryant and Payton Chester, won a combined $31 million in damages. The jury found that the Los Angeles County Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared graphic photos of their deceased loved ones, causing emotional distress and invasion of privacy. The families sued after the photographs were posted online, and the jury found that the departments' actions were culpable.

Chris Chester and Vanessa Bryant were named co-plaintiffs. According to them, the photos violated their privacy and included a picture of the couple kissing. The lawsuit also claims that defendants did not regulate the dissemination and use of the images.

Los Angeles County sued for infringing on constitutional rights

Kobe Bryant’s wife sued Los Angeles County because it violated her constitutional rights. She says the county, including its police and fire departments, violated her rights to privacy and freedom of speech. Bryant wasn't aware that Bryant had been taken by the county and its employees and posted photos of the victims. Bryant’s wife claims the photos were demeaning and cause her mental and emotional distress.

Vanessa Bryant claims that Los Angeles County infringed her constitutional rights by publishing the photos. The county claims employees of the county did not make public the photos before the lawsuit was filed. Bryant received $16 Million after the court found that Bryant's constitutional rights were violated by the county.

Photos of crash site shared with public

Kobe Bryant's widow filed a federal privacy invasion lawsuit against Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. They shared photos of Kobe Bryant's crash location with the public. According to the lawsuit, the photos were leaked by a firefighter and a deputy. These photos weren't taken on the spot of the accident, but were instead captured by someone who was there at the moment of the collision. Bryant’s attorney Luis Li claims that the photographs were released to the public in order to share "visual gossip".

Chester refused to look at the remains and the photos were released after Chester's coroner's report had been made available. Chester found the Los Angeles Times report shocking. Although she stated that she was prepared to grieve the loss of her husband, and children, an anonymous phone call informed her otherwise.

The evidence shows that plaintiffs were not informed about the photos taken by first responders at crash site.

First responders were charged with taking photos at the site of the crash site, without the permission of plaintiffs. A citizen filed a complaint with the county after discovering a deputy was taking pictures of the scene without their permission. Alex Villanueva the sheriff tried to hide the fact that he was taking photos of the crash scene without permission. The incident was eventually exposed by the Los Angeles Times. The story caught the attention of California Governor Gavin Newsom, who signed legislation making it a crime for peace officers to take unauthorized photographs of a crash scene. Mike Gipson of Los Angeles County introduced legislation making it a crime for first responders to take photos of crash scene scenes without permission from plaintiffs.

According to the plaintiffs' lawyers, there was no policy or training for the county regarding photographs of crash sites. But, the county claimed that only officers were allowed to take the pictures and the information was not made public.

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{Kobe Bryant Wife Awarded $15M After Suing Basketball Star - A federal jury awards wife of late NBA star $16M in wrongful death suit.|Kobe Bryant's Wife Gets $15M after Suing the Basketball Star. - The federal jury awarded $16M to Kobe Bryant's wife in wrongful death lawsuit.|Kobe Bryant Widow Receives $15M In Compensation for Suing NBA Star - Kobe Bryant's widow was awarded $16M by a federal jury in the wrongful death case.|Kobe Bryant’s Widow Gets $15M for her Suit against the NBA Star. A federal jury has awarded Kobe Bryant’s late NBA player $16M in wrongful-death suit.} {Bryant's widow sued after seeing pictures of bodies taken from helicopter crash, and she won.|Bryant's widow filed suit after viewing photos of victims from a helicopter crash. She won.|Bryant's widow, who saw photos of the bodies from the helicopter crash and sued.|Bryant's widow sued, after she saw photographs of people killed in a helicopter accident.} {In the same case, Christopher Chester, who lost his wife and daughter in a helicopter crash in 2020, was also awarded $15 million in damages.|Christopher Chester was awarded $15 million damages in the same case. He lost his daughter and wife in a helicopter accident in 2020.|Christopher Chester lost his wife, and their daughter, in a 2020 helicopter crash, also received $15 million in damages.|Christopher Chester also lost his wife and child in a crash involving a helicopter in 2020. In that same case, he was awarded $15,000,000 in damages.} {The plaintiffs' attorneys sought up to $75 million.|Attorneys for the plaintiffs sought damages up to $75 millions.|Plaintiffs attorneys requested up to 75 million.|They sought $75 million in damages.}

{Vanessa Bryant awarded $16Million

{Vanessa Bryant, wife of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, has been awarded $16 million in a personal injury case.|In a personal injury lawsuit, Vanessa Bryant (wife of NBA star Kobe Bryant) was awarded $16 Million.|Vanessa Bryant and Kobe Bryant's wife, Vanessa Bryant have been awarded $16million in personal injury cases.|Vanessa Bryant, the wife of NBA great Kobe Bryant has received $16 million for personal injuries.} {The family of Kobe's crash victim Gianna Bryant has sued Los Angeles County for negligence, and a jury has agreed with her, awarding her $16 million.|Gianna Bryant, the family of Kobe, was sued by Los Angeles County because she suffered from negligence. A jury ruled in her favor and awarded her $16million.|Gianna Bryant's family has filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles County alleging negligence. The jury agreed and she was awarded $16 million.|Gianna Bryant is the victim of Kobe's car crash. Her family sued Los Angeles County, claiming negligence.} {The case has a tragic backstory.|This case is tragic in its history.|There is a sad backstory to this case.|It has an unfortunate backstory.} {A helicopter crash killed nine people, including Gianna and Kobe, in California on Jan. 26, 2020.|Nine people were killed in a helicopter accident that occurred on January 26, 2020, California.|On January 26, 2020 in California, a helicopter crashed killing nine people including Gianna, Kobe and others.|The helicopter crash that killed 9 people in California (including Gianna and Kobe) on Jan 26, 2020 was tragic.}

{Vanessa Bryant's legal team claims that her husband's helicopter crash caused her emotional distress, and a federal jury has agreed.|Vanessa Bryant claims her husband's helicopter accident caused her distress. A federal jury agreed with her legal team.|Vanessa Bryant is suing her lawyer team claiming that her husband's crash in a helicopter caused her emotional distress. The federal jury has since agreed.|Vanessa Bryant was alleged by her legal team that the helicopter crash which killed her husband caused her severe emotional distress. Federal jurors have agreed.} {The jury found that Los Angeles County, which hired the helicopter, shared graphic pictures of the crash site, which upset her family.|Los Angeles County was found to have shared images of the accident site with the jury, which caused distress for her family.|Los Angeles County had shared photos of the site from the helicopter crash, according to the jury. This upset Bryant's family.|Los Angeles County hired the helicopter and shared the graphic images with her, which upset her loved ones.} {She sued the county for invasion of privacy, negligence, and emotional distress.|The county was sued by her for invasion of privacy and negligence as well as emotional distress.|She filed suit against the county for invasions of privacy, negligence and emotional distress.|She sued Los Angeles County for emotional distress, negligence, invasion of privacy, and negligent conduct.}

Chris Chester wins $31 million

{In a recent court case, Vanessa Bryant and Chris Chester, the widows of Kobe Bryant and Payton Chester, won a combined $31 million in damages.|A recent court case saw Vanessa Bryant, Chris Chester and Payton Chester win a total of $31 million each.|Recent court cases saw Chris Chester and Vanessa Bryant win $31 Million in combined damages.|The widows of Payton Chester and Kobe Bryant won $31M in damages.} {The jury found that the Los Angeles County Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared graphic photos of their deceased loved ones, causing emotional distress and invasion of privacy.|A jury found that graphic photographs of deceased relatives were shared by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. This caused emotional distress and intruded on privacy.|Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Los Angeles County Fire Department posted graphic images of the loved ones they lost, which caused distress to the families and violated their privacy.|Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department as well as the Los Angeles County Fire Department were found to have shared photos of loved ones who had died, inflicting emotional distress on the victims and invading their privacy.} {The families sued after the photographs were posted online, and the jury found that the departments' actions were culpable.|After the photos were made public, the families filed suit against the department. The jury found the officers responsible.|Following the posting of the images online, families brought suit.|Families sued the Los Angeles County Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department after they posted the pictures online. The jury found that both departments were guilty.}

{In a separate lawsuit, Vanessa Bryant and Chris Chester are listed as co-plaintiffs.|Chris Chester and Vanessa Bryant are named as co-plaintiffs in a separate suit.|Chris Chester and Vanessa Bryant were named co-plaintiffs.|Chris Chester, Vanessa Bryant, and Vanessa Bryant are also listed as coplaintiffs.} {They claimed that the images violated their privacy, including a photograph of the two kissing.|The images, which included a photo of them kissing, were claimed to have violated their privacy.|According to them, the photos violated their privacy and included a picture of the couple kissing.|Their claims were that images of their private lives, such as a photograph showing the pair kissing, violated them.} {In addition, the lawsuit claims that the defendants failed to regulate how the pictures were used and disseminated.|The lawsuit also claims that defendants did not regulate the dissemination and use of the images.|Plaintiffs also claim that they failed to control how images were distributed and used.|They also claimed that defendants had failed to regulate how pictures were disseminated and used.}

{Los Angeles County sued for infringing on constitutional rights|Los Angeles County was sued for violating constitutional rights|Los Angeles County is being sued by the Constitution Rights Infringer|Los Angeles County was sued because it infringed on Constitution rights}

{Kobe Bryant's wife has sued Los Angeles County for infringing on her constitutional rights in a landmark lawsuit.|Kobe Bryant’s wife sued Los Angeles County because it violated her constitutional rights.|Kobe Bryant's spouse has filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles County alleging that the county violated her Constitution rights.|Kobe Bryant’s widow has sued Los Angeles County, alleging infringement of her constitutional rights.} {She says the county, including its police and fire departments, violated her rights to privacy and freedom of speech.|The county and its fire and police departments violated her privacy rights and free speech.|According to her, the county including its police, fire, and other departments infringed on her right of privacy and freedom from speech.|She claims that the county, which includes its police and fire department, infringed upon her rights to privacy as well as freedom of expression.} {The county and its employees took and shared photos of the victims, which were posted online, without Bryant's knowledge.|Bryant was unaware that Bryant and the county employees had taken and shared photographs of victims.|Bryant wasn't aware that Bryant had been taken by the county and its employees and posted photos of the victims.|Bryant didn't know Bryant shared the photos with county workers.} {Bryant's wife says the photos are demeaning and caused her mental and emotional distress.|Bryant's spouse claims that the images are offensive and have caused her emotional and mental distress.|Bryant’s wife claims the photos were demeaning and cause her mental and emotional distress.|Bryant’s wife, Bryanta, claims that Bryant's photos demeaningly depict her and are causing her mental and psychological distress.}

{Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit alleges that Los Angeles County violated her constitutional rights when they released the photos.|Vanessa Bryant claims that Los Angeles County infringed her constitutional rights by publishing the photos.|Vanessa Bryant sued Los Angeles County alleging that they violated her constitutional right to release the photos.|Vanessa Bryant's suit alleges Los Angeles County violated Vanessa Bryant’s constitutional rights in publishing her photos.} {The county claims that its employees did not disclose the photos publicly before the lawsuit was filed.|According to the county, its employees didn't make the photos public before filing the lawsuit.|The county claims its employees failed to disclose the photos publically before the lawsuit was filed.|The county claims employees of the county did not make public the photos before the lawsuit was filed.} {The court awarded Bryant $16 million after finding that the county acted in violation of her constitutional rights.|Bryant was awarded $16million by the court after it found that Bryant had been violated her constitutional rights.|Bryant received $16 Million after the court found that Bryant's constitutional rights were violated by the county.|Bryant was given $16 million by the court, after she alleged that Bryant had violated her constitutional rights.}

{Photos of crash site shared with public|Public sharing of photos from the crash site|Images of the accident site are shared with the public|Pictures of Crash Site shared with Public}

A federal invasion of privacy lawsuit has been filed by the Kobe Bryant's widow against Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The suit claims that photos taken at the crash site of Kobe Bryant were shared with the general public.|Kobe Bryant's widow filed a federal privacy invasion lawsuit against Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. They shared photos of Kobe Bryant's crash location with the public.} {The lawsuit claims a deputy and firefighter leaked the photos to the public.|According to the lawsuit, the photos were leaked by a firefighter and a deputy.Plaintiffs claim that a deputy firefighter and one of its firefighters leaked photos to the media.|A lawsuit alleges that photos of Kobe Bryant's crash site were released to the public by a deputy and a firefighter.The photos were not taken at the scene of the crash, but by a person who was present at the time of the crash.|These photos weren't taken on the spot of the accident, but were instead captured by someone who was there at the moment of the collision.|They were taken by someone present on the day of the crash.|Photos were not taken on site of the crash but instead by someone else who was in the area at the time.} {The photos were shared with the public for "visual gossip," according to Bryant's attorney Luis Li.|Bryant's lawyer Luis Li said that the photos were given to the public as "visual gossip".|Bryant's attorney Luis Li stated that these photos were made public to "visual gossip".|Bryant’s attorney Luis Li claims that the photographs were released to the public in order to share "visual gossip".

{The photos were shared with the public after the coroner's report was released to the public, but the coroner dissuaded Chester from looking at the remains.|After the coroner had released his report, the photos were made public. Chester was not allowed to view the remains.|Chester refused to look at the remains and the photos were released after Chester's coroner's report had been made available.|Chester declined to see the remains, and photos of the body were given out after Chester received the report from the coroner.} {However, Chester was shocked when she read the report in the Los Angeles Times.|Chester, however was stunned to read Chester's report in The Los Angeles Times.|Chester found the Los Angeles Times report shocking.|Chester was surprised to see the Los Angeles Times report.} {She said she felt ready to deal with the grief of losing her husband and two children, but a phone call from a reporter told her otherwise.|Although she said that she was ready to cope with the loss of her husband and her two children, a telephone call from a journalist made her reconsider her feelings.|However, she claimed that she had been ready to face the pain of losing her husband. A reporter called her and told her differently.|Although she stated that she was prepared to grieve the loss of her husband, and children, an anonymous phone call informed her otherwise.}

{Evidence that first responders took photos of crash site without consent of plaintiffs|There is evidence that the first responders photographed the crash site, without permission from plaintiffs|The evidence shows that plaintiffs were not informed about the photos taken by first responders at crash site.|This evidence suggests that first responders took photographs of the accident site without consent from plaintiffs}

First responders were charged with taking photos at the site of the crash site, without the permission of plaintiffs. A citizen filed a complaint with the county after discovering a deputy was taking pictures of the scene without their permission.|After discovering that a deputy had taken photos of the crash site without permission, a citizen brought a lawsuit against the county.|One citizen made a complaint to the county, after finding out that the deputy took photos of the accident scene without their consent.|The incident was discovered by a citizen who filed a complaint against the county.} {The sheriff, Alex Villanueva, tried to cover up the incident and it was later exposed in the Los Angeles Times.|Alex Villanueva the sheriff tried to hide the fact that he was taking photos of the crash scene without permission. The incident was eventually exposed by the Los Angeles Times.|Alex Villanueva (the sheriff) tried to conceal the incident, but it was exposed later by the Los Angeles Times.|Alex Villanueva was the sheriff and tried to cover it up. It was then exposed by The Los Angeles Times.} {The story caught the attention of California Governor Gavin Newsom, who signed legislation making it a crime for peace officers to take unauthorized photographs of a crash scene.|California Governor Gavin Newsom was interested in the story and signed legislation that makes it illegal for peace officers taking unauthorised photographs at crash scenes.|California Governor Gavin Newsom took note of the story, and signed legislation to make it a crime to allow peace officers or other law enforcement personnel to photograph a crash site.|California Governor Gavin Newsom saw the story and passed legislation making it a criminal offense for peace officers who take unauthorized photographs at crash sites.} {Meanwhile, Mike Gipson, a Los Angeles County Assemblyman, introduced legislation to criminalize first responders who take photographs of the scene without the consent of plaintiffs.|Mike Gipson (a Los Angeles County Assemblyman) introduced legislation that would criminalize first responders for taking photographs without consent from plaintiffs.|Mike Gipson of Los Angeles County introduced legislation making it a crime for first responders to take photos of crash scene scenes without permission from plaintiffs.|Mike Gipson from Los Angeles County was also a legislator who introduced legislation making first responders guilty of taking photos without consenting to plaintiffs.}

{The plaintiffs' attorneys argued that the county had no policies or training regarding the use of photographs taken at a crash site.|Plaintiffs lawyers argued that there were no guidelines or policies regarding photographing crash sites. {However, the county argued that the photos were only taken by officers and were not publicly disseminated.

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