After the Astroworld Tragedy, Travis Scott was sued for a fatal death of an unborn child

After the Astroworld Tragedy, Travis Scott was sued for a fatal death of an unborn child ...

The Astroworld tragedy has shattered for five months, and the consequences of it is still disturbing Travis Scott and the showrunners. A lawsuit relating to the tragic event has uncovered quite substantiated allegations against Scott & Co.

Travis Scott, Live Nation, and others are being sued by a woman. She is claiming that she suffered several injuries at Astroworld and that she ended up in her miscarriage.

Shanazia Williamson, the plaintiff, alleges that she was seated at the Astroworld event back in November, when the tragedy occurred. She alleges that she was tampered by the crowd surge, which caused her to shoulder, back, chest, leg, stomach, and other parts of her body.

The legal papers of the lawsuit claim that Travis Scott and the showrunners were negligent in planning, designing, managing, operate, and controlling the event, which resulted in Shanazias'' unborn baby''s injuries and death.

The showrunners are co-defendants in this case, including Live Nation, Scoremore Holdings, ASM Global, Harris Co. Sports & Convention, and others. Because Texas law states afetus that died as a result of negligence can be the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit, regardless of the fetus age. So this could be very damaging for the defendants.

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