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Kobe Bryant’s Widow Says She’d Go Through Hell to Get Justice

  • Bryant testifies in invasion of privacy suit against L.A.
  • People have threatened to release crash photos, jury told
 A bronze sculpture depicting Kobe Bryant, daughter Gianna Bryant, and the names of those who died, is displayed as a one-day temporary memorial at the site of a 2020 helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.

 A bronze sculpture depicting Kobe Bryant, daughter Gianna Bryant, and the names of those who died, is displayed as a one-day temporary memorial at the site of a 2020 helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.

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Kobe Bryant’s widow says she’s determined to get justice for the basketball star and her daughter Gianna with a lawsuit over the distribution of graphic photographs of a crash site where they were killed.

“I’m willing to go through hell and back to get justice for my husband and daughter,” Vanessa Bryant told a jury in federal court, a short distance from the arena where her husband played for the Los Angeles Lakers for 20 years.