Vanessa Bryant, the widow of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, has settled her wrongful death lawsuit against Island Express Holding Corp., the company that operated the helicopter involved in the crash that killed her husband and daughter Gigi last year.

The 39-year-old widow's legal team had recently filed "a notice of settlement" with the court. The terms of the said settlement remain confidential, Daily Mail reported.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ on Tuesday, June 22, the court still has to sign off on the settlement.

Vanessa Bryant had filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the helicopter company in February 2020 in Los Angeles Superior Court. The suit noted that the helicopter's pilot Ara Zobayan was negligent by flying in cloudy conditions on Jan. 26, 2020.

It added that the pilot, who was among the nine people killed in the crash, should have aborted the flight under those conditions.

The settlement with Island Express Holding Corp., subsidiary OC Helicopters, and the pilot's estate also includes surviving relatives of the other passengers who died in the crash.

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Vanessa Bryant Sues Helicopter Company 

A probe by the National Transportation Safety Board concluded earlier this year that Zobayan's poor decision-making was likely the cause of the crash.

Vanessa Bryant noted that in her suit that Zobayan failed to abort the flight when he knew of cloudy conditions and was unable to keep a safe distance between the helicopter and natural obstacles, USA Today reported.

The lawsuit stated that as "a direct and proximate result of the aforesaid negligence and carelessness" on the pilot's part, Kobe Bryant and Gigi Bryant were killed.

Vanessa Bryant also accused the Island Express Holding Corp. of failing to equip its helicopter with traffic avoidance and warning system.

She noted that the helicopter's operator knew or should have known that they were prohibited from operating the said helicopter under instrument flight rules.

Vanessa Bryant still has a lawsuit pending against Los Angeles County and the sheriff's department over grisly photos of Kobe Bryant's remains taken by deputies at the crash scene and shared inside and outside the agency.

Helicopter Crash That Killed Kobe Bryant, Others

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi Bryant were just among the nine people who lost their lives in the helicopter crash.

The NBA legend and his daughter were heading to a basketball tournament at his Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks in California when the helicopter crashed, ABC News reported.

College baseball coach John Altobelli was also on the helicopter at the time of the accident. His daughter was a basketball teammate of Gigi.

His wife, Keri Altobelli, was also on board with one of their daughters. The couple had left behind their 16-year-old daughter, Alexis Altobelli, and son, J.J. Altobelli, who is John's son from a previous marriage.

An eighth-grader at St. Margaret's Episcopal School, Payton Chester, was also killed on the flight. She was the 13-year-old that played basketball with Gigi.

Chester's mother was also with her on the flight. Sarah Chester was on the board of trustees at her daughter's school.

Christina Mauser was among the victims. She leaves behind a husband and three children. Mauser was a top assistant coach of the Mamba girls' basketball team and coached Gigi and her teammates.

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