The fitness center previously often known as Mamba Sports activities Academy is suing the corporate that owned the doomed helicopter within the Kobe Bryant crash … claiming the copter co. ought to be compelled to pay over $100K in prices associated to the loss of life of one of many passengers on board.
It is all spelled out in new courtroom paperwork, obtained by TMZ Sports activities, by which an insurance coverage firm and the fitness center now often known as Sports activities Academy are suing Island Categorical.
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Within the docs, the Academy and the insurance coverage co. declare that as a result of Christina Mauser — a ladies basketball coach — was employed by the fitness center on the time of her loss of life within the crash … they paid “loss of life advantages and burial bills” to her household that exceeded $127,000.
Within the docs, the plaintiffs argue that Island Categorical ought to be on the hook for that invoice … claiming the crash and Mauser’s subsequent loss of life had been the results of the helicopter firm’s negligence.
The plaintiffs are asking for a reimbursement of the quantities already paid plus any extra employees’ comp funds which will come due sooner or later.
As we beforehand reported, Mauser and eight others — together with Kobe and Gigi Bryant — died within the helicopter crash in January 2020.
After a prolonged investigation, NTSB officers concluded that the crash doubtless occurred attributable to a mess of causes, together with, “Island Categorical Helicopter Inc.’s insufficient assessment and oversight of its security administration processes.”
Mauser was 38 years previous.