$ 750 million lawsuit filed against Travis Scott, Drake, Live Nation, Apple Music and others following the Astroworld tragedy

#Roomers, with lawsuits for the fatal Astroworld festival now exceeding 100, a new one has just been raised, which is nearly $ 1 billion. According to new lawsuits, a $ 750 million lawsuit has been filed against Travis Scott, Drake, Live Nation, Apple Music and others because the death toll from the Astroworld tragedy currently stands at 10.

@NBCNews reports, the legal consequences of the Astroworld tragedy continue as an amazing $ 750 million lawsuit on behalf of at least 125 Astroworld victims has just been filed against Travis Scott, Drake, Live Nation, Apple Music and others. A lawsuit filed by Buzbee Law Firm, which also includes 21-year-old Axel Acosta, who tragically died during the festival, states: “The victims went to Astroworld that night for fun. They or their families were never warned to walk into a very dangerous situation. the crowd crushed Acosta with such force that he could no longer breathe. He had a cardiac arrest and was stabbed.

In addition, the lawsuit formally alleges that Travis Scott (real name Jacques Webster) deliberately kept the show going, even though the local authorities reported that there had been a mass accident. “The Acosta family would have preferred to spend the money privately on proper planning, adequate security, and medical staff before the concert, rather than publicly announcing payment for the funeral of the crushed and killed,” the lawsuit states.

The court’s documents also highlight Travis Scott’s alleged incitement to violence and disruption in his performances, and he has specifically urged his fans to ignore concert safety and rush to the stage – allegations that have been circulating in the days since the Astroworld incident.

As we have previously reported, more than 100 lawsuits have now been filed against Travis Scott and other authors of the Astroworld festival, and the number has now been raised, as the number of deaths is unfortunately expected to rise.

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