Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Travis Scott Claims Security Company is Responsible for Severely Injured Fan at Concert

Travis Scott performs onstage at the 2018 NBA Awards at Barkar Hangar on June 25, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.
Travis Scott performs onstage at the 2018 NBA Awards at Barkar Hangar on June 25, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.

*Travis Scott says a fan that was severely injured at his concert should not be suing him, but rather the venue and security company who was tasked with keeping order that night.

According to The Blast, Scott countersued The Bowery and Strike Force Protective Services, claiming their, recklessness and carelessness contributed to a fan allegedly ending up paralyzed from a show in 2017.

Kyle Green sued the “Astroworld” rapper claiming he incited mayhem and chaos during the NYC performance, and led to Green allegedly getting pushed over a balcony by out of control fans.

Green alleged that he was improperly removed from the venue after the fall, and now requires a wheelchair for mobility.

Scott’s countersuit claims that any injuries Green suffered were his own fault, and that he should have known the risks associated with attending a concert.

The rapper seeks dismissal of the case, and to avoid liability if any damages are awarded to the injured fan.

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