Newly released autopsy reports address further doubts about the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven further months after their deadly helicopter crash in January. The records, procured by a leading entertainment portal, conclude that in a toxicology report detailed on page 13, Kobe’s pilot Ara Zobayan tested negative for drugs and alcohol — including marijuana, fentanyl, and opioids, amongst others.
In the nine different studies, the deaths of Kobe, Gianna, and Ara, along with Payton Chester and her mother Chester, as well as Alyssa Altobelli, her parents Keri and John, and coach Christina Mauser, are once again reported as an “accident.” “The cause of death is blunt trauma sustained during a commercial helicopter crash. The manner of death is accident,” reads Ara ‘s report, detailing that “the blunt force traumatic injuries sustained are considered rapidly fatal.”
The Sikorsky S-76B helicopter flew at a speed of 184 MPH when it crashed into a hill in Calabasas at around 9:06 a.m. Sunday, January 26 PST. The group traveled from John Wayne Airport in Orange County to Camarillo Airport, which is located near Kobe’s Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, California, where Gianna, Alyssa, and Payton are expected to play a basketball match.
At the time of his death Kobe was just 41 years old, leaving behind his wife Vanessa Bryant, 38, and their three daughters Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and baby Capri, 1. “The outpouring of love and support that my family has felt has been so up lifting. Thank you for your prayers,”