Judge temporarily blocks release of records related to Bob Saget's death investigation

Bob Saget
Posted at 10:59 AM, Feb 16, 2022

A judge granted a temporary injunction Wednesday which blocks the immediate release of records related to the investigation of Bob Saget's death.

The family of the late comedian filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to prevent the documents from being made public.

According to the Associated Press, Saget's widow and three daughters want to stop the release of photos, videos, and audio recordings.

In the lawsuit, the family argues they would "suffer irreparable harm" if further records were released publicly, the news outlet reported.

According to the lawsuit, some media outlets have already filed requests for them, the AP reported.

The injunction will be in place until the court decides whether the records should be released.

Saget died last month in his Florida hotel room.

Last week a medical examiner's report stated that the actor died from an accidental blow to the head, likely a fall.

The report also stated no illicit drugs or toxins in his system.