Vanessa Bryant sues 'Helicopter Co' over the demise of her husband and daughter (Read Full Details)

Report gathered has revealed that, Vanessa Bryant, the wife of late NBA Legend, Kobe Bryant has sued the company that owned the doomed helicopter that killed her husband and daughter alonsgide seven others when it crashed on Sunday, January 26th.

However, Bryant who was 41-years-old and his 13-year-old daughter Gigi were on their way to a basketball practice when the helicopter they were in crashed and killed everyone on board.

It was also alleged in the lawuit obatained by TMZ that Island Express was only allowed to fly under visual flight rules, and the conditions the day of the crash were not conducive for such flying. Further added by the lawsuit that the pilot was going 180 miles per hour in the heavy fog in a steep decline.

However, the lawsuit claims the pilot failed to properly monitor and assess the weather prior to takeoff, failed to obtain proper weather data prior to the flight, failed to abort the helicopter when he knew of the cloudy condition, he failed to maintain control of the helicopter and he failed to avoid natural obstacles in the flight path. And also added by the lawsuit that the pilot, named Ara George Zobayan, was disciplined in 2015 for violating the visual flight rule minimums by flying into an airspace of reduced visibility.

It was also claim via the lawsuit that the helicopter was not safe, although it doesn’t say what was unsafe because it could be the basis for the claim that the helicopter was not certified to fly in the bad weather. And TMZ, the lawsuit does not list an amount of damages sought but Vanessa is asking for punitive damages, claiming the pilot and Island Express were reckless, and the damages could be untold million

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