Before she gave her testimony, Vanessa’s lawyers had argued in a court file that such interrogations were “cruel,” according to her. The New York Times, who first reported the story. Asking Kobe’s wife on Zoom, an attorney representing Los Angeles County told her, “This is 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 have to do my job. ” Vanessa replied, “I shouldn’t have to go through this.”
The Los Angeles County District Attorney also asked him to look at pictures and graphic messages, some photoshoped, sent to him on social media, while trying to argue that others that the sheriff’s deputies had caused his emotional distress. The transcript of the deposition indicates that Vanessa put her hand in front of the camera and said she did not want to watch.
Vanessa also confirmed that she had not personally seen any photos of her husband and daughter’s remains. She added that she had in her possession the clothes that Kobe and Gianna wore during the accident, adding: “I had to collect all their items because I know people are sick and I would like to take pictures of them. and share them. “
“They have suffered a lot,” she added of Kobe and Gianna. “And if their clothes represent the condition of their body, I can’t imagine how someone could be callous and have no respect for themselves or our friends, and just share the pictures as if they were ‘animals in the street. “