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Kim Kardashian to be honored with the Giving Tree Award, after giving ‘millions’ in aid
Kim Kardashian is in her Shel Silverstein era. On Tuesday, it was revealed that the reality star and businesswoman will be honored with the “Giving Tree Award” at the 2022 Baby2Baby Gala.Per Forbes, the award acknowledges a mother in the public eye who has used her platform to give back to Baby2Baby and children living in poverty.This year’s Baby2Baby gala will be on November 12, presented by Paul Mitchell. Kim will be joining a list of past honorees, including Jessica Alba, Jennifer Garner, Vanessa Bryant, and more.Baby2Baby co-CEOs Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein told Forbes, they felt there was no better example than Kim, noting she used her “unrivaled platform during COVID to raise awareness for children lacking essential items like diapers and formula.” They went on to say, Kim donated “millions of dollars in funds and in-kind products,” which is a contribution of goods or services other than cash grants, “to further our mission to provide necessities to families in need.”According to Forbes, Kim has donated over half a million dollars and 5 million dollars worth of in-kind items of clothing and hygiene products to the organization since she began working with them in 2013.Kylie Jenner casually points out she lactated through her shirt in new ‘Kylie in the Kar’ seriesKylie Jenner says Travis Scott likes to change their son’s name sometimesKourtney Kardashian responds to pregnancy speculations following lingerie photoThe donations shed light on a side of Kim not always portrayed.
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Vanessa Bryant shares heartfelt video with famous friends following celebratory trial news
Vanessa Bryant is holding her friends extra tight.MORE: Vanessa Bryant makes sentimental tribute to Kobe Bryant for his birthdayThe star received a wave of relief when a federal jury found her in the right after she sued Los Angeles county since deputies and firefighters captured and shared photos from the aftermath of the horrific crash that left nine dead.Less than a week after the verdict, Vanessa shared a glimpse with fans into how she was relaxing at home following the good news.WATCH: Vanessa celebrates daughter Natalia's entry into USCMORE: Vanessa Bryant shares family joy after devastating loss as fans send supportThe philanthropist took to Instagram to share a sweet video of herself having a girls night with none other than her good friends Monica and Ciara, and it really is as heartfelt as it gets.The heartwarming clips see the three women, clad in cozy sweatshirts in a variety of pastel colors, snuggling next to one another on a white couch.Vanessa's happiness and relief is truly palpable, as she is captured smiling ear to ear while the three best friends engage in non-stop giggling, singing and cuddling next to each other.The three seemed to have had a great time togetherAnother Instagram Story shared by Ciara proves just how tight-knit their families are, as it sees her cuddling with the Bryant's 5-year-old daughter, Bianka Bella, while the two are saying "BB" and CC" back to each other, their respective nicknames.MORE: Vanessa Bryant pays emotional tribute to Gigi and Kobe Bryant on poignant anniversaryMORE: Vanessa Bryant reacts to challenging news about lawsuit over leaked Kobe crash photosCiara and Monica have been a crucial element of the mother-of-four's support system, not only since losing her
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Vanessa Bryant Donating Proceeds From $16 Million Trial Payout to Mamba and Mambacita Foundation
Vanessa Bryant is paying it forward to a cause near and dear to her late husband, Kobe Bryant, and their late daughter, Gianna Bryant. Vanessa and co-plaintiff Christopher Chester — who lost his wife, Sarah, and 13-year-old daughter, Payton, in the same helicopter crash that killed Kobe and 13-year-old Gianna -- were seeking millions of dollars in damages for emotional distress after gruesome photos of the victims' bodies were leaked and taken by officers at the site of the fatal January 2020 crash. On Wednesday, a jury ordered Los Angeles County to pay $31 million to Vanessa and Christopher, according to multiple reports. The jury awarded $16 million to Vanessa and $15 million to Christopher.Per Vanessa's lawyer, Luis Li, revealed that Vanessa plans to give an unspecified amount of the verdict award to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation, a nonprofit that continues Kobe and Gianna's legacies by offering opportunities to underprivileged young athletes.«From the beginning, Vanessa Bryant has sought only accountability, but our legal system does not permit her to force better policies, more training or officer discipline,» Luis said in a statement to the outlet. «Those measures are the responsibility of the sheriff's and fire departments — responsibilities that Mrs.
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Kobe Bryant Crash Photos Lawsuit: Jury Is Urged to Award Millions in Damages as Closing Arguments Begin
Vanessa Bryant's lawyer, during closing arguments on Tuesday, implored the jury in the Kobe Bryant crash photos lawsuit against Los Angeles County to award her and a co-plaintiff millions of dollars in damages for emotional distress.The lawsuit claims that emergency personnel — sheriff's deputies and fire personnel — snapped and shared graphic photos taken from the helicopter crash site that killed the NBA legend, the couple's 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.Craig Lavoie addressed the nine-member jury Tuesday in Los Angeles federal court and said Vanessa and family friend Christopher Chester — a co-plaintiff who lost his wife and daughter in the crash — will have to live in fear that one day those photos will surface in public or online and cause irreparable harm.«Either the photos will surface and their worst fears will have been realized or they will live in fear that day will come,» Lavoie said via Bloomberg.Vanessa's attorney also evoked what would have been Kobe's 44th birthday and asked the jury for «justice and accountability on his behalf.»According to the news outlet, Chester's attorney, Jerome Jackson, proposed that the jury award each plaintiff $2.5 million for their suffering over the last two years, and as much as $1 million a year for the rest of their lives. Going by those numbers, Jackson said Chester, 48, should get $30 million and Vanessa, 40, should get $40 million in future damages.Attorneys representing Los Angeles County will offer rebuttals on Wednesday on what will be the 11th day of the trial. According to multiple reports, a sheriff's deputy admitted to sharing the gruesome photos with another sheriff's deputy while they played.
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Jury in Kobe Bryant Crash Photos Lawsuit Urged to Award Millions in Damages as Closing Arguments Begin
Vanessa Bryant's lawyer, during closing arguments on Tuesday, implored the jury in the Kobe Bryant crash photos lawsuit against Los Angeles County to award her and a co-plaintiff millions of dollars in damages for emotional distress.The lawsuit claims that emergency personnel — sheriff's deputies and fire personnel — snapped and shared graphic photos taken from the helicopter crash site that killed the NBA legend, the couple's 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.Craig Lavoie addressed the nine-member jury Tuesday in Los Angeles federal court and said Vanessa and family friend Christopher Chester — a co-plaintiff who lost his wife and daughter in the crash — will have to live in fear that one day those photos will surface in public or online and cause irreparable harm.«Either the photos will surface and their worst fears will have been realized or they will live in fear that day will come,» Lavoie said via Bloomberg.Vanessa's attorney also evoked what would have been Kobe's 44th birthday and asked the jury for «justice and accountability on his behalf.»According to the news outlet, Chester's attorney, Jerome Jackson, proposed that the jury award each plaintiff $2.5 million for their suffering over the last two years, and as much as $1 million a year for the rest of their lives. Going by those numbers, Jackson said Chester, 48, should get $30 million and Vanessa, 40, should get $40 million in future damages.Attorneys representing Los Angeles County will offer rebuttals on Wednesday on what will be the 11th day of the trial. According to multiple reports, a sheriff's deputy admitted to sharing the gruesome photos with another sheriff's deputy while they played.
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Jury in Kobe Bryant Crash Photos Lawsuit Urged to Award $75 Million to Vanessa Bryant and Co-Plaintiff
Vanessa Bryant's lawyer, during closing arguments on Tuesday, implored the jury in the Kobe Bryant crash photos lawsuit against Los Angeles County to award her and a co-plaintiff $75 million in damages for emotional distress.The lawsuit claims that emergency personnel — sheriff's deputies and fire personnel — snapped and shared graphic photos taken from the helicopter crash site that killed the NBA legend, the couple's 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others.Craig Lavoie addressed the nine-member jury Tuesday in Los Angeles federal court and said Vanessa and family friend Christopher Chester — a co-plaintiff who lost his wife and daughter in the crash — will have to live in fear that one day those photos will surface in public or online and cause irreparable harm.«Either the photos will surface and their worst fears will have been realized or they will live in fear that day will come,» Lavoie said via Bloomberg.Vanessa's attorney also evoked what would have been Kobe's 44th birthday and asked the jury for «justice and accountability on his behalf.»According to the news outlet, Chester's attorney, Jerome Jackson, proposed that the jury award each plaintiff $2.5 million for their suffering over the last two years, and as much as $1 million a year for the rest of their lives. Going by those numbers, Jackson said Chester, 48, should get $30 million and Vanessa, 40, should get $40 million in future damages.Attorneys representing Los Angeles County will offer rebuttals on Wednesday on what will be the 11th day of the trial.
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Vanessa Bryant makes sentimental tribute to Kobe Bryant for his birthday
Kobe Bryant, his wife of nearly twenty years, Vanessa Bryant, is still honoring his life.MORE: Vanessa Bryant shares family joy after devastating loss as fans send supportKobe tragically passed away on 26 January, 2020, alongside his daughter, thirteen-year-old Gianna Bryant, after a helicopter crashed in Calabasas, near Los Angeles, California.Now, on what would have been his 44th birthday, Vanessa is remembering him and their time together. The star took to Instagram to pay tribute to her late husband, making fans emotional and nostalgic as she shared a heartwarming photo of the two together.WATCH: Vanessa celebrates her daughter Natalia's acceptance to USCMORE: Vanessa Bryant pays emotional tribute to Gigi and Kobe Bryant on poignant anniversaryThe photo sees Kobe sporting a Lakers t-shirt, the only team he ever played for during his two decade NBA career, and he is holding on tightly to Vanessa, who is smiling ear to ear in the adorable portrait.In the caption, she wrote: "Happy birthday, baby! I love you and miss you so much!" alongside the hashtag #44 and a red heart emoji.Messages of support immediately poured in from fans and celebrities alike, extending ongoing support to Vanessa and a happy birthday to the iconic basketball player.
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Vanessa Bryant and Daughter Natalia Hold Hands Going Into Court for Kobe Bryant Photo Trial
Vanessa Bryant and daughter Natalia Bryant showed their love and solidarity as they stepped into court in Los Angeles on Monday.Vanessa, 40, and Natalia, 19, held hands as they arrived at the courthouse, surrounded by photographers, for the start of the third week of trial in Vanessa's lawsuit against Los Angeles County, regarding graphic photos taken and shared by officers from the helicopter crash site that killed her husband, Kobe Bryant, and the couple's 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Bryant.Vanessa wore a white button-down blouse and black skirt with dark glasses, while Natalia donned an all-black suit ensemble for the ongoing courtroom battle.Monday's arrival to court marks the first day of the trial after Vanessa took the witness stand on Friday and emotionally recalled the moment she found out the graphic photos from the crash scene — including photos of Kobe and Gianna — had been leaked.She said she was at home breastfeeding her then 7-month-old daughter, Capri, when she was alerted to a  report about sheriff's deputies sharing the photos.Vanessa also shared that, to this day, she experiences panic attacks and anxiety over the possibility of seeing the photos from the devastating 2020 helicopter crash.In May 2020, Vanessa filed a claim against the L.A. County Sheriff's Department for sharing private photos of the Jan.
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