Travis Scott gets over 90 more lawsuit over astroworld disaster as death tolls increase
Fans are still not happy over what had happened in the Astroworld music festivals. Amahiphop calls it a tragic experience as lots of people were injured and 8 people died at the event as the death toll has increased to 9. The families lawyer made it open on Thursday after the victim passed away due to critical injuries from the stampede.
The ninth victim was Bharti Shahani who died on Wednesday. Report from the families lawyer causes for an investigation but no fault has been assigned to anyone. She was a high-achieving college student about to graduate from Texas A&M University with high, high grades and was a shining star in the community but unfortunately a victim.
So far, 110 lawsuits have been filed with 90 more in plans. Most concert attendees file that they were either physical, mental or psychological injured. The Attorney, Ben Crump announced the filing of 90 more clients as they had evidence they attended the event. People who filed the lawsuit added that they needed justice because what happened at the music fest could have been prevented.
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“This is not just about making sure we get justice for these people who have been severely injured, 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.” He said.
This was not the only report of casualty, we also lost a 10-year-old lad as he was attacked by fans after Travis Scott accused him of stealing his shoe. He asked his fans to fuck his ass up. Fans on Twitter said he needed justice although Travis Scott has issued an apology. Watch related posts and tweets about the event from social media compiled by the AllHipHop team.
Attorney Ben Crump and other Houston area attorneys are announcing that they will be filing more than 90 lawsuits on behalf of Astroworld Festival victims.— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 12, 2021
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