Vanessa Bryant says that Evan Rachel Wooden calling her overdue husband Kobe Bryant a “rapist” the day he died is “vile” and “hectic.”
Hours after Kobe’s demise on Jan. 26, 2020, the “Westworld” actress, 33, tweeted, “What has came about is tragic. I’m heartbroken for Kobe’s circle of relatives. He was once a sports activities hero. He was once additionally a rapist. And all of those truths can exist concurrently.”
Vanessa, 38, posted on Saturday to her Instagram Tale that the tweet was once simply coming to her consideration over a yr later.
“Your false, insensitive, defamatory and slanderous tweet on 1/26/20 is vile and hectic to mention the least,” the NBA participant’s widow wrote over a screenshot of the unique tweet. “Habits like this is a part of the explanation why blameless black males move to prison for crimes they didn’t devote. An accusation doesn’t make any individual to blame.”
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“YOU DON’T KNOW THE FACTS OF THE CASE,” she added. Vanessa despatched the similar message to movie manufacturer Abigail Disney, who tweeted on the time, “The person was once a rapist. Maintain it.”
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Kobe was once accused of sexual attack in 2003 via a 19-year-old resort worker in Colorado. Prosecutors dropped the costs after the accuser declined to testify. She later introduced a civil case in opposition to the Los Angeles Laker, which was once settled out of court docket in 2005.
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