Vanessa Bryant took on the BODYARMOR lawsuit filed by her late husband Kobe Bryant‘s former employee Molly Carter, and Vanessa won big-time.

Before the five-time NBA champion died, he was keen on making profitable investments. As such, he created his capital venture firm Bryant Stibel and Co. in 2013, according to Basketball Network. The company invested in three companies: Scopely, LegalZoom and BODYARMOR. Although it’s unclear how the former two will play out, the latter was arguably his best investment.

Unfortunately, in 2020 Bryant lost his life in a horrific helicopter accident along with his 13-year-old daughter “Gianna “Gigi” Bryant and seven others, as Blavity previously reported.

Due to his death, the case filed by Carter was left in a pending state. Carter’s lawsuit alleged that Kobe promised her a cut of his investment in BODYARMOR, People reported. After Kobe passed away, Vanessa decided to move forward on her husband’s behalf and file a counterclaim alleging that Carter said racist and deplorable things about not only her but her entire family.

The widow alleged the former Kobe Inc. executive called her husband “an a**hole,” a “douche nugget,” and a “d**k wad” in addition to calling Vanessa a “f**king devil,” “b***h” and “psycho,” TMZ reported. She also claimed Carter said Vanessa’s newborn had “botox lips.” Furthermore, Vanessa alleged that when Carter had to travel to do work for an NBA All-Star Game, she said she wasn’t happy to travel on a jet with “a lot of fancy-ass Black people.”

When the dust settled, the BODYARMOR lawsuit went into arbitration, leading Vanessa to win it, her counterclaim, and more than $1.5 million in attorney’s fees.