The National Enquirer may let Lisa Bonet's lawyers look over a photographic negative of her baby daughter to prove her claim against a drugstore chain.

Bonet contends the negative was sold to the tabloid by a Reseda, Calif., drugstore clerk from a roll of the actress' film brought in for developing.The Enquirer initially refused to let lawyers see the negative, but they may now allow a peek, said William Weston, a lawyer for the American Drug Stores Inc. chain. Bonet's attorneys said the negative will prove the clerk stole it to sell to the newspaper.

The Enquirer was not named in the lawsuit over the photo it published in 1989 of Bonet's then month-old baby, Zoe Kravitz.