Defense claims accuser waived privacy rights

Updated: December 19, 2003, 10:33 AM ET
Associated Press

EAGLE, Colo. -- Kobe Bryant's attorneys want acquaintances and the mother of the woman accusing him of rape to testify today at a hearing in which they will try to convince a judge her medical records can be used as evidence.

In a court filing Thursday, defense attorney Pamela Mackey said the woman discussed her medical condition and medications with a detective investigating the case -- a move that constitutes a waiver of her privacy rights.

Today's hearing begins at 11 a.m. ET. Bryant ...

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