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New Astroworld Lawsuit Filed Seeking Up To USD 2 Billion In Damages

Texas attorney Thomas J. Henry has recently filed a massive lawsuit on behalf of 280 victims of the damagesFestival, which left 10 people dead and injured hundreds more. According to Fox News, the civil lawsuit was filed by Henry’s law firm on Thursday in Harris County, Texas and seeks up to USD 2 billion in damages. The defendants include rappers Travis Scott and Drake, Live Nation, NRG Stadium, Apple Inc., Scott’s Cactus Jack record label, and more. According to Henry, another 120 victims have contacted his firm seeking representation for damages caused by attending the concert. The lawsuit, obtained by Fox News, refers to Astroworld as “one of the deadliest crowd-control disasters at a concert in the United States.” On behalf of 280 plaintiffs, Henry claims that the reported crowd surge, which caused many in the crowd to be “trampled, trapped and crushed,” could…

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