Vanessa Bryant has to convert medical files in the case of Kobe crash photos

The widow of an NBA legend filed a series of explicit images that were allegedly taken by first responders, then passed on or shown.

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Vanessa Bryant must answer medical records in her case over photos of the helicopter crash in which NBA husband Kobe Bryant and their daughter died, the judge ruled on Monday.

He sued Los Angeles County and others for the photos, saying they caused him great emotional distress and increased his suffering after the January 26, 2020 accident, which killed all nine people.

The case alleges that photographs of the victims' bodies were passed on, including those displayed by a liquor dealer.

On Monday a state magistrate's court granted the district, deciding that Bryant should change medical records, according to online court documents.

Skip Miller, a Los Angeles County foreign attorney, earlier this month said the request for records was common in cases like these that require damages due to emotional distress.

Bryant's attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday night.

Vanessa Bryant agrees to settle the case with the helicopter pilot and the owners

Los Angeles County wanted Bryant mentally tested as part of the case, but the judge denied that.

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, their 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven others died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, northwest of Los Angeles County. The pilot, who was among those killed, may have suffered a "state of confusion," concluded government investigators.

Vanessa Bryant must answer medical records in her case over photos of the helicopter crash in which NBA husband Kobe Bryant and their daughter died, the judge ruled on Monday.

He sued Los Angeles County and others for the photos, saying they caused him great emotional distress and increased his suffering after the January 26, 2020 accident, which killed all nine people.

The case alleges that photographs of the victims' bodies were passed on, including those displayed by a liquor dealer.

On Monday a state magistrate's court granted the district, deciding that Bryant should change medical records, according to online court documents.

Skip Miller, a Los Angeles County foreign attorney, earlier this month said the request for records was common in cases like these that require damages due to emotional distress.

Bryant's attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday night.