Vanessa Bryant and Los Angeles County are still going at it in the court.

In a recent update, a judge has ordered Vanessa Bryant to submit her therapy records for evaluation.

The widow of late Kobe Bryant was asked to submit her records to prove that she suffered emotional distress

U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Charles Eick granted the motion.

“Plaintiff has waived her psychotherapist-patient privilege by placing into controversy the reportedly extraordinary, continuing emotional distress,” he stated.

Eick gave the county attorneys access to review Vanessa’s therapy records from 2017.

He maintained that the records were vital to the lawsuit and it wasn’t an issue of the court bullying Vanessa.

Vanessa’s lawyers haven’t released a statement about the latest update.

The mother-of-four has until November 29 to submit her records.