Vanessa Bryant Filed A Complaint To Publicly Name The Deputies Accused Of Sharing Photos Of The Kobe Bryant Crash Site
Vanessa Bryant is in the spotlight again following her recent actions. It's been revealed that she wants the public to know the names of the deputies that have been accused of allegedly taking photos at the crash site where Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven others tragically lost their lives, according to the latest reports coming from The Shade Room.
TSR cites info from ktla5news and reveals that 'Vanessa's attorney's filed an amended complaint in federal court that added four deputies and the L.A. County Fire Department to the civil rights lawsuit that she already filed against the Sheriff's Department and the county.'
TSR continues and says that while Vanessa wants the deputies' names to be identified, county lawyers want to keep the names of the deputies sealed, so their personal information doesn't become accessible to the public.
TSR noted that 'As previously reported, last September, Vanessa sued the L.A. County Sheriff's Office over the alleged leaked photos. On Saturday, Vanessa took to her Instagram to address the file of the complaint and said, "The Sheriff's Department wants to redact the names of the deputies that took and/ or shared photos of my husband, daughter, and other victims. They want their names to be exempt from the public.'
'Whatever she does in honour of Kobe and her daughter, I’m here for it 🤷🏽♀️', someone said and another follower posted this message: 'As she should. Protect yours, honey.'
One other follower said: 'she don’t play about her man & I love to see it,' and somoene else said: 'She ain’t letting up off NOBODY & im definitely behind her.'
One follower posted this message: 'It’s so irritating dat don’t nobody say da names of da other ppl who died,' and another follower said: 'She got out her feelings now she hopped in her bag and is eating everyone up 🙌 don’t play with her man name or legacy.'
Someone else posted this: 'She got her foot, hand and knee on necks bout her husband and daughter.'