Vanessa Bryant is filing a lawsuit against the helicopter company called Island Express that was carrying her husband Kobe, her daughter Gigi and 7 others on board. The wrongful death suit says that the company was only allowed to fly under visual flight rules. With the severe fog on the day of the fatal flight, the pilot did not operate the helicopter under those rules. It also alleges that the pilot was negligent in 8 different ways for things like not properly assessing and monitoring the weather and not calling off the flight once he realized how cloudy it was. Also according to the lawsuit the pilot was disciplined back in 2015 for flying into an airspace with reduced visibility. She is asking for punitive damages due to pilot and the company acting recklessly and she also wants damages for “pre-impact” trauma, or the fear and terror her husband and daughter likely experienced in the moments before the actual crash as the pilot tried to get out of the fog.
Luke Combs has added another show at the TD Garden! The Shows are Thursday Dec 3rd and Friday Dec 4th. Tickets for BOTH of these shows go on sale this Friday at 10am at Lukecombs.com and ticketmaster.com!
As it stands right now, Harvey Weinstein faces up to 29 years in prison when sentenced on March 11th. He was found guilty of criminal sexual act for forcibly performing oral sex on former Project Runway star Mimi Haley in 2006 and raping aspiring actress Jessica Mann in 2013. He was acquitted of the top two counts of predatory sexual assault, which could have put him behind bars for life. Harvey’s lawyers said yesterday that he took his guilty verdict “like a man” but they plan to immediately appeal the jury’s findings. Until March 11th though he will be behind bars.
Congrats to Sam Hunt, who just posted that his song Kinfolks reached #1. He was watching the boxing match and showed a pic of him and a bunch of kinfolks. He thanked everyone for making it happen!
On a similar note, Carrie Underwood celebrates her album Cry Pretty, as it’s now certified Platinum!! “This means a lot, because I feel like this is the project that I’ve done, and the album that I’ve done, that is the most ‘me.’ I’m honored and I’m humbled, and God is good,” said Carrie.