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Entertainment Vanessa Bryant Celebrates What Would Have Been Gianna’s Grade 8 Graduation

02:16  06 june  2020
02:16  06 june  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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  Vanessa Bryant sues LA County sheriff over Kobe crash site photos Vanessa Bryant is suing the Los Angeles County sheriff's department over unauthorized photographs of the scene at the helicopter crash that killed her husband, NBA legend Kobe Bryant, and their 13-year-old daughter Gianna. People magazine obtained the legal claim filed on Friday in which Vanessa Bryant seeks damages for emotional distress and mental anguish in the wake of revelations that eight sheriff's department deputies took graphic photos of the scene and shared them with others.Kobe and Gianna Bryant were among nine people who died in the January 26 helicopter crash in the mountains west of Los Angeles.

Vanessa Bryant is honoring what would have been her late daughter Gianna Bryant ' s 14th birthday. On Friday, Vanessa posted a tribute to the young Earlier this month, Gianna and her two Mamba Academy teammates Alyssa Altobelli and Payton Chester, who also died in the crash, were named

Gianna Bryant was just 13 when she was killed alongside her NBA superstar husband Kobe Bryant in a January helicopter crash. Vanessa Bryant is honoring what would have been her late daughter Gianna Bryant ' s 14th birthday. On Friday, Vanessa posted a tribute to the young basketball player

Kobe Bryant et al. looking at the camera: CPImages/AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File CPImages/AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File

Vanessa Bryant is remembering her daughter Gianna on what would have been her Grade 8 graduation.

"Congratulations on your 8th grade graduation Gigi. I love you forever and always. I’m so proud of you," she captioned a photo of Gianna's name next to white orchids.

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Gianna attended Harbor Day School before she, her father Kobe Bryant, John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Alyssa Altobelli, Sarah Chester, Payton Chester, Christina Mauser and pilot Ara Zobayan were all killed in a helicopter crash earlier this year.

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Vanessa Bryant reflected on her late daughter Gianna on what would have been her 14th birthday. “Happy 14th Birthday to my sweet baby girl, Gianna . Mommy loves you more than I can ever show you,” Bryant captioned a May 1 post on Instagram. “You are part of MY SOUL forever. I miss you so

Vanessa Bryant posted an emotional tribute on Instagram to her late husband Kobe and late daughter Gianna , known as Gigi, on Wednesday, just days after the two were killed in a helicopter crash in Southern California. Earlier, she changed her Instagram profile photo to a sweet image of the pair.

After the accident, Harbor Day retired Gianna's jersey in a ceremony attended by her mother where a number of people from the school spoke in memory of her.

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"In the 7th grade when she said she'd run for student council I was so excited. I couldn’t wait to hear and see what she would do to help elevate our student population. We gave her one assignment and she ran with it as quickly and as eagerly as anyone I’ve ever seen. Gianna was an amazing leader in our student council. We will always remember her will to make things better and to strive for excellence," the student council faculty advisor said via People.


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Pilot in Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Said Weather 'Should Be OK' Despite Concerns Ahead of Flight .
Ara Zobayan died alongside Kobe and Gianna Bryant and six others in the January crashZobayan said that the weather "should be ok" less than an hour before the group departed, according to text messages made public by the National Transportation Safety Board this week between Zobayan, Island Express Helicopters, Inc., vice president Whitney Bagge, and two representatives from OC Helicopters, which brokered the flight.

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