Travis Scott named in 46 lawsuits after fatal stampede at Astroworld festival

Travis Scott named in 46 lawsuits after fatal stampede at Astroworld festival

Travis Scott named in 46 lawsuits after fatal stampede at Astroworld festival

The Metro says Travis Scott, Live Nation and other organizers of Astroworld festival are dealing with mounting civil litigation with 46 lawsuits filed against them to date.

Around 300 attendees were treated for injuries in Houston, Texas after a deadly crowd surge left fans compressed and unable to breathe during the rapper’s annual music event.

At least eight people have died following the deadly crowd crush, with a 22-year-old student being left brain dead while a nine-year-old has been placed in a medically induced coma.

More lawsuits continue to be filed as the cases accuse Scott, Live Nation, ScoreMore, and other organizers of negligence.

https://metro.co.uk/2021/11/10/travis-scott-astroworld-lawsuits-hit-46-and-counting-after-fatal-crush-15580284/


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