Jury in Kobe Bryant photos case urged to award $75 million to his widow




More than 2 years after Kobe Bryant and his daughter's untimely deaths, on the 44th anniversary of Kobe's birth, a lawyer for his widow, Vanessa, asked a federal court jury in Los Angeles to do right.


Day 10 of Vanessa Bryant's civil trial against Los Angeles County brought more tears for the plaintiff, and after hearing from dozens of witnesses,


it was finally time for closing statements. Along with being the first day of closing arguments, today was also the first time a lawyer for either Bryant or her co-plaintiff,


Chris Chester, asked the jury for a specific dollar amount in their favour.A minimum of $75,000,000


Jerome Jackson, Chester's lawyer, requested up to $2.5 million for each client for the past 2.5 years of emotional distress


plus up to $1 million for each year of future distress for up to 40 years for Bryant and 30 years for Chester.


Jackson told the jury in closing, "When I reach this point of closing arguments, I usually worry about not asking for too much.


I'm not worried about that today because, ladies and gentlemen, I promise you this: there is no amount of money that can compensate for what they went through.


You have to limit the height of your stacks. It's impossible to have too much of an impact. The treatment they received was inhumane.


After the tragic loss of their respective spouses and daughters in the Calabasas, California helicopter crash in 2020,


she and Chester filed a lawsuit against the county and took the matter to trial the following year. 

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