A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of 125 attendees of Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival and family members of those who died against the Houston rapper.
(UPDATE) Travis Scott, Drake, and Live Nation Among Several Named in $750 Million Astroworld Lawsuit
Lawsuits against Travis Scott’s continue as an attorney has just outlined a $750 million lawsuit brought against him, Drake, Apple, and Live Nation by 125 Astroworld Festival attendees. The family of Axel Acosta, a 21-year-old who died after attending Astroworld, is also included in the suit.
According to TMZ, Travis and others were hit with a $750 million lawsuit from more than 125 attendees. The suit was filed by Houston attorney Tony Buzbee and it places blame on Travis and festival organizers for “negligence in failing to properly plan the concert, train security personnel, and host a safe event.”
The suit, filed by high-profile Houston attorney Tony Buzbee took to Instagram on Tuesday (November 16), afternoon to lay out the details of the extensive lawsuit.
Accuses Scott of negligence in failing to develop emergency plans and train security personnel, and demands compensation of a whopping $750 million. One plaintiff said he was crushed by an “incited, unruly and out-of-control crowd with such force that he could no longer breathe.” The suit also names Live Nation, Drake, and Apple as defendants. Scott is already facing more than 100 other suits over the concert, which left 10 dead after the crowd surged forward and the rapper continued performing.