It’s been almost two weeks now, since Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. 10 people went on to lose their lives at the festival, and 300 people were treated, for injuries.
Lawsuits continue to pile on against the Houston superstar, as over 100 were filed. A $750 million lawsuit was recently filed against Travis, Drake, Live Nation, and Apple. Now, an even larger one, is on the table.
According to TMZ, attorney Thomas Henry, has filed a $2 billion lawsuit. This is against Travis, Drake, Live Nation, NRG Park, and others. He is representing 280 victims. The lawsuit claims that fans were “incited into a frenzy,” by Travis, during his performance. Fans were soon trampled and crushed.
“The Defendants stood to make an exorbitant amount of money of this event, yet they chose to cut corners, cut costs, and put the festival attendees at risk.”
Henry also mentioned how Travis should’ve learned from the way fans acted, at his 2019 Astroworld Festival. Travis has since offered his support for the victims, and offered to cover funereal costs.