Bob Saget’s family granted permanent injunction to block the release of records

The judge's decision came nearly a month after Saget's family filed a lawsuit to block the release of some records, citing privacy concerns.
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SAN FRANCISCO — A Florida judge on Monday blocked the release of certain records related to the death investigation of actor and comedian Bob Saget.

According to court minutes obtained by CNN affiliate WKMG, Ninth Judicial Circuit Judge Vincent Chiu granted the Saget family’s petition for the permanent injuction.

The judge’s decision came nearly a month after Saget’s family filed a lawsuit to block the release of some records, citing privacy concerns, as CNN previously reported.

Saget, 65, was found dead in his hotel room in Orlando, Florida, in January. The Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that his death was accidental, most likely due to him falling backward and striking his head.

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