*Vanessa Bryant took to Instagram to explain why she and her eldest daughter Natalia decided to block all fan pages dedicated to Kobe and Gigi.
“Thx so much of all the ?,” Vanessa wrote. “@nataliabryant and I have unfortunately had to block fan pages because it’s been really hard to go online and constantly see pics of our beloved Gigi and Kobe under every single square of our explore pages. Blocking the fan pages has helped change the algorithm.”
“We ? you all but please understand that we had to do this for our own healing not because we don’t appreciate your ?,” she added. “Xo.”
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In related news, Vanessa is seeking millions of dollars as part of a wrongful death lawsuit she filed against the company that owned the helicopter involved in the deadly crash that killed her husband, daughter Gianna and seven other people.
According to new legal documents “Vanessa and her lawyers are demanding economic damages, non-economic damages, prejudgment interest, punitive damages and other relief as the court deems just and proper,” per Access Hollywood.
As noted by Page Six, the filing states that the Bryant’s future lost earnings equal hundreds of millions of dollars.
Vanessa initially filed a 72-page wrongful death lawsuit back in February against Island Express Helicopters and Ara George Zobayan, the pilot who was flying. He also died in the crash.
The lawsuit argues that the crash was “a direct result of the negligent conduct of Zobayan for which Defendant Island Express Helicopters is vicariously liable in all respects.”
“Defendant Island Express Helicopters’ breach of its duty and negligence caused the injuries and damages complained of herein and Plaintiffs’ deceased, Kobe Bryant, was killed as a direct result of the negligent conduct of Zobayan for which Defendant Island Express Helicopters is vicariously liable in all respects,” the lawsuit states
Vanessa has now made a claim that she is entitled to hundreds of millions in future lost earnings as a result of Kobe’s untimely death, The Blast reports.