On January 26, 2020, Vanessa Bryant’s life changed forever. Basketball star Kobe Bryant lost his life. His helicopter spat on the heights of Los Angeles, in the very upscale corner of Calabasas. On board are his daughter Gianna Bryant, 13, baseball coach John Altobelli, wife Keri and their daughter Alyssa, Payton Chester and mother Sarah, basketball coach Christina Mauser, and pilot, Ara Zobayan. CNN was able to consult the report of the deposition of Vanessa Bryant, with the Department of the Sheriff of Los Angeles, conducted on October 12. Vanessa Bryant reveals how she heard the terrible news.
“I was holding on to my phone because obviously I was trying to call my husband back and all these notifications were spouting out on my phone,” she recounted, rekindling the deep pain of the loss of her husband and daughter. . ‘Rest in peace Kobe. Rest in peace Kobe. Rest in peace Kobe. ” Vanessa Bryant lamented the dissemination of photos of the crash site. “No one should endure this kind of drama, suffer this pain and be afraid of losing family members. The publication of the photos is unacceptable.”
Vanessa Bryant dreaded the photos of the crash
When Sheriff Alex Villanueva told him of the deaths of his loved ones, Vanessa Bryant had issued a request: “If you can’t return my husband and baby to me, please make sure no one takes pictures. . Secure the area. ” To which the representative of the police would have replied “Heard.” Even today, almost two years after their disappearance, Vanessa Bryant is unable to look at the images of the crash site. Images that haunt her.
Vanessa Laine Bryant and Kobe Bryant © Backgrid USA