Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, confirms early crash photos: 'I can't get away from what I feel'
Vanessa Bryant burst into the testimony box in government court on Friday and cried,
She wiped her eyes as she portrayed her reaction to a disturbing revelation in February 2020 and grappled with several announcements.
She remembers that this is typical. She was in a game room sitting in front of the TV with her loved ones when another partner called her to share the news:
Gruesome photos of her dead daughter and husband, NBA legend, Kobe, were apparently taken and shared after her husband died in a helicopter crash on January 26, 2020.
Two days after the accident, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's representative student showed a barkeeper at a Mexican eatery the gruesome crash scene photos.
"I ran out of the house, and I ran to the side of the house so my young girls couldn't see me," Bryant confirmed.
"Also, I fell apart and cried and realized I needed to run.
It was Day 8 of Bryant's affable preliminary against Los Angeles County, apparently the biggest day of the preliminary up to this point.
As it was prime day, a jury of five men and four women heard from Bryant and the area's sheriff, Alex Villanueva.
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That their own telephones are used to take and share pointless photographs of human remnants from the crash site, although there is no great explanation for doing so.