Travis Scott is in deep sh*t as 90 additional lawsuits have been filed on behalf of over 200 attendees of his Astroworld music festival last Friday in Houston.
The lawsuits keep coming and Travis Scott should be talking to his lawyers and bankers because if these lawsuits go against him, he has to cough millions of dollars in compensations and legal fees.
Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump and attorney Alex Hilliard held a press conference on Friday, November 13, 2021, and announced the filing of lawsuits from over 200 Astroworld concertgoers who sustained physical, mental and psychological harm from Astroworld.
We are announcing the filing of over 90 more lawsuits in this matter now that we have collected the information and the details and the evidence that they were present at the festival,” attorney Crump said. “That they sustained injuries at the festival and that we will make sure that they get justice because this should have never ever happened.
This is not just about making sure we get justice for these people who have been severely injured,” he continued. “It is also about making sure that Live Nation and all of the organizers, promoters and anybody else who had anything to do with the failure here that caused people to lose their children…Families lost their high school children, their college children. People were injured greatly and nobody should ever die from going to a concert. So, this lawsuit is not just about getting justice for them but it’s about making sure that the promoters and organizers know that you can not allow this to ever happen in the future. Even if you have to immediately stop the concert.
The good news for Travis is he had insurance on the event, which should cover some of this, but maybe not all. Live Nation and the organizers would be more at fault, but that doesn’t mean some suits won’t include Scott.
Flip to the next page for the video from attorneys Benjamin Crump and Alex Hilliard’s press conference which was held in Houston outside of the city’s Harris County Civil Courthouse.