Data picture: Vanessa wept at the scene of Kobe Bryant's memorial meeting.

  China News Service, May 9 (Xinhua) According to foreign media reports, NBA star Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, has initiated a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department because some police officers collected and spread the Kobe crash without authorization. Photo.

  On January 26 local time, Bryant and his second daughter, Jaina, and seven others were killed in a helicopter accident. The report pointed out that after the incident, the Los Angeles Police Department sent a number of police officers to the scene. It is reported that at least eight police officers took pictures of the victims with their private mobile phones and disseminated them privately.

  The indictment stated that after the photos were leaked, the parties concerned had told the photographers that if the photos were deleted, no penalty would be imposed. "Mrs. Bryant was sad to learn that the police station did not conduct a formal investigation until the media reported the incident on or about February 28, and the police station took almost no measures to curb the spread of these photos." Wrote in this.

  At the same time, the complaint stated that Vanessa realized that people had seen these photos on the Internet, and she worried that her daughter would see tragic photos of the bodies of her father and sisters. (Finish)