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Travis Scott, Drake Named In $750M Lawsuit By Astroworld Victims

The lawsuit filed on behalf of 125 victims of the deadly music festival accuses Scott of glorifying "violence and other dangerous behaviors."

Travis Scott, Drake Named In $750M Lawsuit By Astroworld Victims
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Travis Scott and Drake have been named in a $750 million lawsuit filed on behalf of 125 victims of the deadly Astroworld music festival.

Houston Officials Will Conduct Internal Review Of Astroworld Tragedy

Houston Officials Will Conduct Internal Review Of Astroworld Tragedy

A county administrator will work with other government agencies to review security, fire and other safety plans at the music festival.

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In the complaint obtained by People magazine, attorneys accuse Scott of glorifying "violence and other dangerous behaviors" through social media. Live Nation and Apple Music are also named in the lawsuit. So far, there has been no response from Scott or Drake.

Ten people died and hundreds more were injured during the Houston festival nearly two weeks ago.