Travis Scott & Drake Sued For ‘Inciting The Crowd’ In Deadly AstroWorld Crush
8 Nov 2021
Rapstars Travis Scott and Drake are both facing legal action following the death of eight people and hundreds injured in a crush at the formers Houston, Texas festival Astroworld.
Thomas J Henry Law confirmed on Sunday that it had filed “one of the first lawsuits in Travis Scott Astroworld festival tragedy” in the case of 23-year-old Kristian Paredes. ivermectin warnings
One of those “severely injured” at the concert on 5 November, Paredes told reporters he “felt an immediate push” at the front of the general admission section as Scott got on stage.
“The crowd became chaotic and a stampede began. Many begged security guards hired by Live Nation Entertainment for help, but were ignored.”
The tragedy unfolded after some of the crowd at the show are said to have pushed toward the stage at NRG Park just before the start of Scott’s set.
Among the victims were high school pupil Brianna Rodriguez, 16; medical assistant Rudy Pena, 23; student Franco Patino and his friend Jacob Jurinek, both 21; and Danish Baig, 27, who was reportedly injured as he tried to help his fiancée.
Seeking over million for his bodily injuries, some of which he claims is permanent, as well as to cover medical expenses Paredes included Live Nation Entertainment Inc. success rate of ivermectin and and Harris County Sports and Convention Corporation in the suit.
He is seeking a trial by jury.
Another man Manuel Souza who also suffered “serious bodily injuries” in the AstroWorld tragedy is similarly seeking at least $1m in damages.