February 27, 2020
Vanessa Bryant has allegedly been stuck in a fog since the passing of her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their daughter, Gianna.
In the weeks following the death of her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their teenage daughter, Gianna, Vanessa Bryant has continued to struggle.
...an investigation into what had transpired during the flight that claimed those nine lives back in January had begun.
According to a Us Magazine source, the mother-of-four has been "living in a fog," as she has become" a broken woman."
Just a few days ago, Vanessa had delivered a moving eulogy to those in attendance at a public memorial service, which was held for Kobe and Gianna at the Los Angeles' Staples Center.
Pop Culture noted that the occasion had featured several celebrities and sports figures who had turned up en masse to honor the lives of the basketball icon and his daughter.
"God knew they couldn't be on this earth without each other. He had to bring them home to him together. Babe, you take care of our Gigi. And I got Nati, Bibi and Coco."
People added that Vanessa had completed her speech by stating that Kobe and Gianna were so easy to love that people "naturally gravitated toward them."
She also added that while they were alive, her husband and daughter had enjoyed being "funny, happy, silly."
According to Pop Culture, before the Celebration of Life memorial, the 37-year-old had taken to Instagram to share her feelings about the crash that claimed the lives of Kobe, Gianna, and seven other helicopter passengers.
Through the post, Vanessa admitted that her brain hadn't accepted the deaths of her soulmate and their daughter.
Because it was an in-depth look into her grieving process, many fans took to her comment section to share kind words with her, according to Pop Culture.
While some wanted the grieving widow to know that they understood what she was going through, others offered to help her in any way they possibly could.
Meanwhile, LA Times divulged that an investigation into what had transpired during the flight that claimed those nine lives back in January had begun.
According to the site, the lead investigator was Jennifer Homendy, an NTSB member who oversaw the investigation of a fire aboard the dive boat Conception.