Travis Scott is dealing with mounting legal issues as a result of seven additional lawsuits filed in the wake of the Astroworld tragedy.
#Roommates, although many are still reeling from the unfathomable tragedy that occurred at Travis Scott’s Astorworld music festival, which claimed the lives of eight people, Travis is embroiled in major legal issues that are only going to get worse. Travis Scott has been faced with seven more lawsuits from the families of those who died and those who were injured at his Astroworld festival, according to fresh court filings.
According to @EntertainmentTonight, Travis Scott is facing seven new lawsuits in the last 24 hours, following two earlier lawsuits filed against him over fatalities at his Astorworld festival—and more lawsuits are expected in the coming days, according to sources close to the matter.
Travis Scott and concert producer Live Nation allegedly failed to provide enough protection and a security plan to protect all people in attendance at Astroworld, according to seven recent lawsuits filed by Houston legal firm Roberts Markland LLP.
While Sean Roberts is listed as representing some of those who have filed claims, renowned attorney Benjamin Crump, who previously represented the late George Floyd’s family, is also acting as a legal counsel for some of those who have filed cases.
Manuel Souza and Kristian Paredes, as previously reported, both filed lawsuits against Travis Scott, Drake, and Live Nation shortly after the Astroworld catastrophe, citing, among other things, the poor security and safety procedures.