Autopsy shows that the pilot who was involved in kobi Bryant’s helicopter crash was not high on drugs or alcohol, it also reveals that kobi & the other victims died of blunt forced trauma.
The investigation on Kobe Bryant's tragic death in a January 2020 helicopter accident is still being on, but on 15th Friday 2020, one important piece of information came to light. Bryant's pilot, Ara Zobayan, did not have drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of the crash according to his autopsy, the AP reports. Bryant's autopsy showed that he had methylphenidate, which is sold under the brand name Ritalin to treat attention deficit hyperactive disorder and narcolepsy, in his system.
The coroner's report lists blunt force trauma as the cause of death for all nine. That report also described the scene in graphic fashion, mentioning "describing broken bones, dismembered body parts and a stench of fuel on what remained of clothing that burned" according to the AP.
While the investigation surrounding the circumstances leading to the crash is still ongoing, Vanessa Bryant's widow, has taken legal action on a number of fronts. She is suing the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for sharing pictures from the crash incident and the owners of the helicopter as well as Zobayan's estate for the wrongful death of her husband and daughter.