New data are available on two of the families involved Kobe Bryant Helicopter crash. Check out the latest details below.
The Shade Room notes that Los Angeles County yesterday approved a $ 2.5 million settlement in two lawsuits resulting from the January 2020 helicopter crash that killed nine people, including the deceased #KobeBryant. The lawsuits were filed by the Altobelli and Mauser families, who claimed they experienced emotional distress after first responders shared photos of the crash site and the deceased.
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TSR went on to say, “The settlement will distribute $ 1.25 million to #MatthewMauser, whose wife #ChristinaMauser died in the crash. Siblings JJ and Alexis Altobelli, who lost their parents John and Keri and their 14-year-old sister Alyssa in the crash, will also receive $ 1.25 million, according to @thehill.
According to the same reports from TSR, Skip Miller, an LA district attorney, told the LA Times in a statement: “We are delighted that the Mauser and Altobelli families, who as individuals, have suffered the same grief and loss as others “will be able to move forward after these comparisons.”
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Reports said that Vanessa Bryant filed a similar lawsuit against the county over the graphic photos of her husband and daughter Gianna Bryant. TSR stated that it is expected to go to court over the lawsuit in February 2022.
Someone commented, ‘It should have been more after they endured it all! God bless the families that are affected. ‘
Another follower posted this message: ‘Not enough. Where is the rest of these people money? They knew exactly what they were doing, ”and one commentator wrote,“ They forget that other people were also killed in the crash. Pray for them. ‘
One person said, “There will never be enough money for what you did, but I’m glad you got something,” and someone else posted this, “Disgusting … this whole incident makes me cry. I am sending healing energy to all of them. ‘
Vanessa Bryant hit the headlines a while ago when it was revealed that she had finally reached an agreement on a major legal battle.
The two have settled a lawsuit filed last year. “If you remember, Sofia sued her daughter for $ 5 million after alleging Vanessa kicked her out of her house, took her car and stopped renting her apartment complex, all claims Vanessa has denied. According to @tmz_tv, the lawsuit is now closed as the parties have reached an agreement. However, no information was given on the amounts, ‘notes TSR.
Stay tuned for more news.