Los Angeles County wants Vanessa Bryant And her family members will take part in a psychological test as part of an ongoing legal battle over a lawsuit filed last year.
USA Today Reports that filed in a recent court, the county wanted Kobe Bryants Widows and their family members will take part in the trial, arguing that any trauma involved in the case is due to the January 2020 helicopter crash that killed the NBA legend’s 1-year-old daughter. GiannaAnd seven more passengers.
In the relevant legal document, the county argues that such an independent medical examination is “necessary” to determine the “existence, extent and nature” of the alleged mental anguish.
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“The plaintiffs cannot claim that they are suffering from ongoing depression, anxiety and severe emotional distress and then have to support their claim,” the county said.
USA Today It also reported that lawyers representing Vanessa Bryant are fighting the county trial effort.
In September last year, Bryant filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff and his department over leaked photos of the crash.
According to last March NBC NewsBryant wrote in his Instagram story, urging the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department not to reveal the names of the deputies, “They want their names to be released from the public. Anyone else facing the allegations will be unprotected, named and released to them. “He will later win his case against the sheriff’s department and the name will be revealed.