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Travis Scott denies allegations, requests to dismiss Astroworld suits

Travis Scott responds to Astroworld lawsuits

By Web Desk
December 08, 2021
Travis Scott denies allegations, requests to dismiss Astroworld suits

Travis Scott has reportedly filed requests to be dismissed from multiple lawsuits levelled against him  after Astroworld festival tragedy.

The rapper has been named in most of the nearly 300 suits filed in Harris County after his musical gig that turned into a tragedy, where 10 people lost their lives.

However, Kylie's ex has denied all the allegations set against him in 11 different lawsuits.

In his first response to the lawsuits, a representative for Scott has reportedly said the rapper “is not legally liable” for the tragedy, adding that he will likely file more dismissal requests.

The latest development took place after Live Nation and its subsidiary ScoreMore, Astroworld’s promoters, on Monday (December 6) denied in filed documents all the allegations against them.

On the other hands, police and claimants’ attorneys are continuing to gather information as part of their respective investigations into what went wrong at the festival.

Richard Mithoff, attorney for the family of 14-year-old victim John Hilgert who recently filed a lawsuit against Travis Scott, reportedly said the offer was “demeaning and really inappropriate”. He was, according to a media outlet, was responding to the rapper's request.