Vanessa Bryant’s Mom Levels Major Accusations In New Interview

Kobe Bryant’s wife, Vanessa, has been living her worst nightmare in the past few months. Kobe and Gigi died in a helicopter crash in January. But, this is not the only problem grieving Vanessa had to deal with following the incident with her mom and the awful accusations she brought.

Vanessa’s mom, Sofia Laine, had an interview with Univision reporter Dave Valades. In her interview, Laine accused Vanessa of kicking her away following the tragedy.

According to Laine, Kobe and Vanessa had been financially supporting her, adding that the support had stopped following Kobe’s death.

“She told me, ‘I need you to get out of this house,’” Laine said. “She also told me that she wanted her car and she wants it now.”

Vanessa has to deal with her mom and the ugly accusations she brought

Earlier this year, US Weekly released an article suggesting that Vanessa and her mom are really close.

“[Vanessa] is incredibly close to her mom and her mom has been her rock throughout the past few weeks. Her mom is always with her and the girls [Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and Capri, 7 months] and she’s been keeping Vanessa strong and she’s the weight of her support system.”

Vanessa has responded to Sofia’s claims, explaining that her words are untrue. Kobe’s wife denied the idea that her mother had been supporting her and her girls following the tragedy.

“Contrary to previous reports, she has not been physically present or emotionally supportive of my daughters and me after my husband and daughter passed away,” Vanessa said.

This is a rather unfortunate situation. Vanessa doesn’t need all this in these difficult times. Kobe’s death shocked the entire nation and people have hard time coping with the loss. Everyone loved him, and the idea of not having him around is really painful.

The Bryant family organized a memorial to honor Kobe and the little girl. A lot of NBA players spoke, praising the Black Mamba for his accomplishment and great personality. The Los Angeles Lakers pay tribute to the NBA legend in every playoff game they play this postseason.