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Travis Scott Being Sued For Wrongful Death

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Travis Scott Being Sued For Wrongful Death

Picture via Twitter @LaflameScott
Picture via Twitter @LaflameScott

A woman who attended Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert sues many people and companies. Travis Scott, Live Nation, Scoremore Holdings, and ASM Global are all being sued. In addition, she claims that she suffered injuries so severe that she had a miscarriage.

Shanazia Williamson attended Astroworld in November of 2021. As a result, she had brutal injuries to her shoulder, back, chest, leg, and stomach.

Williamson’s lawyers claim that the event had so much wrong with it. They failed to plan, design, manage, operate, staff, and supervise the event correctly and safely. Because of their negligence of the event, they are claiming it directly correlated with Shanazia’s injuries and the death of her unborn child.

This is not the first lawsuit Williamson has filed. She initially filed one for injuries like chest pain, trouble breathing, and injuries sustained across her body.

In Texas, if the death is caused by negligence, you can file a lawsuit claiming wrongful death. It does not matter how far along the pregnancy is. It could be as early as a fetus not visible, and you can still sue for wrongful death.

In the amended complaint, Shanazia stated she suffered injuries to her stomach area. However, the complaint does not say how far along Shanazia Williamson was in her pregnancy.

Unfortunately, 10 people passed away at the Astroworld concert in November. Travis Scott told reporters that he was unaware of the situation going on in the crowd. There must have been breakthroughs in security and event organizers.

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Clay Tucker is a Miami-based Senior Staff Writer for Hip Hop Today covering Hip-Hop news, business, and culture.

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