Before she provided her deposition, Vanessa’s legal representatives had actually argued in a court filing that such evaluations are “cruel,” according to The New York Times, which initially reported the story. While questioning Kobe’s partner over Zoom, a lawyer representing Los Angeles County informed her, “It’s not harassment. It’s just a lawsuit. And I’m so sorry to put you through this, but like I said at the beginning, I’ve got to do my job.” Vanessa reacted, “I shouldn’t have to be going through this.”
The Los Angeles County lawyer likewise asked her to take a look at some graphic images and messages, some photoshopped, that had actually been sent out to her on social networks, while attempting to argue that others besides constable’s deputies had actually triggered her psychological distress. The deposition records stated Vanessa put her hand in front of the cam and stated she did not wish to look.
Vanessa likewise validated that she personally has actually not seen any images of her partner and child’s remains. She included that she had in her belongings the clothing that Kobe and Gianna used throughout the crash, including, “I had to recover all their items because I know people are sick and would like to take pictures of them and share them.”
“They suffered a lot,” she included about Kobe andGianna “And if their clothes represent the condition of their bodies, I cannot imagine how someone could be callous and have no regard for them or our friends, and just share the images as if they were animals on a street.”