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"On Jan. 26, 2020, I lost my wife in the same helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant," said Matt Mauser. "It’s been a rough year, but here I am."
The terms of the agreement have been kept confidential, according to court documents filed in Los Angeles on Tuesday and obtained by PEOPLE
Kobe Bryant was posthumously selected as part of the 2020 class being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
The mother never lets a special day pass without honoring her late daughter and husband.
The mother of four also shared a video of Kobe talking about their relationship, explaining, "It's fun, we have a good time together."
Vanessa Bryant said she is focused on “finding the light in darkness” in an emotional interview with People magazine detailing her attempts to push forward after her husband Kobe Bryant and daughter Gigi died in a helicopter crash early last year. Bryant said the late NBA superstar and Gigi continue to “motivate me to keep going” in the magazine’s Women Changing the World issue, which will be released Friday. The 38-year-old widow of the Los Angeles Lakers legend expressed how she’s been trying to navigate heartache while trying to rebuild a life for herself and three daughters.
Vanessa Bryant on Saturday ripped actress Evan Rachel Wood for calling her late husband Kobe Bryant a “rapist” soon after he died in a helicopter crash last year. “Your false, insensitive, defamatory and slanderous tweet on 1/26/20 is vile and disturbing to say the least,” Vanessa Bryant said in a post on her Instagram Story. “Behavior like this is part of the reason why innocent black men go to jail for crimes they didn’t commit. An accusation doesn’t make someone guilty.” She said Wood’s tweet “just came to my attention” and added: “YOU DON’T KNOW THE FACTS OF THE CASE.” Also Read: Vanessa Bryant Puts Meek Mill on Blast Over Kobe Helicopter-Crash Lyrics: 'Lacks Respect and Tact' Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven other people died when a helicopter they were taking to a basketball tournament crashed near Calabasas, California on January 26, 2020. Three days later, Wood tweeted: “I haven’t said anything about Kobe so far because I felt some time needed to pass before weighing in. But yes, it’s time for the sledgehammer to come out. The man was a rapist. Deal with it.” Via Vanessa Bryant’s Instagram Also Read: Evan Rachel Wood Says Marilyn Manson's Wife Threatened to Release Damaging Underage Photos In July 2003, Kobe Bryant was accused of raping a hotel employee in Colorado. Bryant was charged with sexual assault and spent much of the 2003-2004 NBA season traveling back and forth between Los Angeles and Eagle, Colorado for court hearings. The charges against Bryant were later dropped when his accuser decided to not testify; Bryant later settled a civil case outside of court in 2005. Earlier this month, Wood accused former fiance Marilyn Manson of “grooming” her when she was a teenager and “horrifically” abusing her for years. Mason denied Wood’s claims, saying they were “horrible distortions of reality.” Read original story Vanessa Bryant Rips Evan Rachel Wood for Calling Kobe ‘Rapist’ At TheWrap
A year after Kobe Bryant's death, his wife Vanessa Bryant criticized Evan Rachel Wood for calling her late husband a "rapist" in a tweet the actress posted on the day he died.
Vanessa Bryant still can’t wrap her head around the tragedy that killed her husband, Kobe Bryant, their daughter Gianna Bryant and seven others.
It's been one year since Kobe Bryant and Gianna, 13, were killed in a helicopter crash. But Vanessa Bryant has made sure to keep their legacy alive.
Vanessa claims her mother, Sofia Laine, tried to extort her for "$5 million, a house and a Mercedes SUV."
The Lakers star and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna died in January in a tragic helicopter crash
Oscar winner doesn't hold back when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic, racial unrest and "one catastrophe after another," but says he sees "a lot of light at the end of these tunnels."
Photos flashed on a screen as H.E.R. sang a haunting cover of Sinéad O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.”