A judge in Florida on Monday agreed to make it permanent order which prohibits the publication of photos, videos or other recordings related to the investigation the death of comedian Bob Saget.

During a court hearing in Orlando, District Judge Vincent Chiu said he would impose a permanent ban that was asked Saget’s widow, Kelly Ritz and his three daughters. Family members have sued seeking to stop the publication of any documents of the local forensic examination and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office concerning the investigation into Saget’s death.

Saget, 65, was found dead Jan. 9 in a room at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando. He performed in the area the night before as part of a stand-up tour.

Saget died from an accidental blow to the head, probably from falling back, according to a forensic expert. The autopsy report revealed that Saget had abrasions on his head, a fracture at the base of the skull, fractures around the orbits, bruises to the brain and bleeding between the brain and the tissue covering the brain. Toxicological analysis did not reveal any illicit drugs or toxins in Sage’s body.

During the autopsy and investigation of the death, forensic experts and the sheriff created graphic videos and photos of Sage’s body, as well as audio recordings. Such recordings are prohibited by state law for public disclosure, but some media outlets have already filed requests for them, according to the family’s lawsuit.

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