Despite warnings from a judge about too much publicity in the Kobe Bryant case, media organizations want a look at sealed court records about the sexual assault allegation against the NBA star.
The records include details about the accusation and information used to obtain arrest and search warrants -- such as physical evidence.
The All-Star guard for the Lakers was charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman at an exclusive mountain resort June 30th. He has said the sex was consensual.
Eagle County Judge Russell Granger ordered the records sealed when he issued an arrest warrant for Bryant in early July.
Media groups are seeking to have those made public.