Vanessa says that, after that, Sheriff Villanueva tried to cover it up by telling deputies to destroy the evidence and delete the photos from their phones.
"Mrs Bryant's fear has been exacerbated by the fact that, despite knowing about the photos within days of the crash, Sheriff Villanueva took none of the steps that a reasonable supervisor (let alone a highly-trained professional investigator) would take to prevent dissemination of harmful photos.it is impossible to rule out that the photos will surface and go viral online". The lawsuit alleges that at least eight deputies with the department took photos for personal use.
The sheriff's department did not immediately have a comment Tuesday. "Rather, the deputies took photos for their own personal purposes".
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Vanessa's mom also said during the promo that after Kobe died Vanessa kicked her out and repoed her auto, she told her "you need to leave my house and give me my vehicle". - Kobe Bryant, 41, and 13-year-old Gianna were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash in the rugged hills west of Los Angeles on January 26.
The lawsuit notes how the photos were exposed ... when a deputy was at a bar and showed the photos to a woman he was trying to impress.
The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages for negligence, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
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In her 21-page complaint obtained by the Daily News, the widow of the National Basketball Association superstar says she is physically "ill" over the thought of strangers "gawking" at images showing the bodies of her beloved husband and 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Robb requested an internal affairs investigation into the allegations and the "harshest possible discipline" for those responsible.
After The Times released its report, Villanueva asked the California Office of Inspector General to investigate the situation.
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With everything that fans are feeling about Kobe's passing, just imagine how Vanessa Bryant is dealing with all of this. It would make it a misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in jail and $5,000 in fines, for a first responder to use a smartphone or other device to photograph a deceased person for any goal other than official law enforcement business.