While the Astroworld event tragedy has been circulating in the media for quite some time over the past month, we are seeing the lawsuits finally come in against everyone who was involved or had some powering regarding the festival. Just yesterday, two security guards filed one lawsuit each against the artist. In the suit, they are suing not only Travis Scott but also his company, Cactus Jack Enterprises, his label, Cactus Jack Records, and his organization, Cactus Jack Foundation. They are also suing Live Nation, the concert promoter Scoremore, and the security firm that hire them for the event.
On November 22nd, the two security guards with advice from their lawyers, took the stage in front of a crowd and states how the event was terrible, they haven’t been paid what they were originally told, how there was no training for the event, and other issues that took place. Both security guards sustained some damage that they are seeking monetary damages that exceed 1 million dollars and they also want their attorney fees paid as well.
“For the most part, they told us where to stand, not to let people run in, and to be safe and not to put our hands on anybody,” he said. “There was no training.”Jackson Bush
Swinging back to the event, at least dozens of lawsuits have been filed that total over 3 billion dollars. The people including are Travis, Live Nation, and others that have connection to the festival. Below is the live footage of both security guards and their outrage.