Travis Scott Several defendants, including Live Nation, Scoremore Holdings, ASM Global, have been sued by a woman who claims she suffered injuries so badly at Astroworld that she suffered a miscarriage.
Shanazia Williamson Said she attended Astroworld last November and was stomped on during a surge in the crowd, injuring her shoulder, back, chest, leg, stomach and other parts of her body.
In the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Williamson said the defendants’ “failure to plan, design, manage, operate, personnel and oversee the incident was the direct cause and cause of Shanazia’s injury and death. Jarrodof (her partner’s) unborn child. “
Shanazia first filed a lawsuit on Nov. 21 for injuries she suffered at the festival, which included “difficulty breathing, pain in her chest and left leg, and injuries to other parts of her body.”
In an amended complaint filed a month and a half after the tragedy, Shanazia filed for wrongful death. Interestingly, Texas law states that…negligence of a fetus may be the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit. It doesn’t matter how long the mother was pregnant. It could be a nonviable fetus, but parents can still sue for wrongful death.
It’s also funny… In her revised complaint, Shanazia added that she suffered a stomach injury. By the way, the complaint doesn’t say when she was pregnant.
As you know… 10 dead as a result of Injured at Astroworld. Travis and his team insisted they did not know the gravity of what was happening in the crowd… Others pointed to a glaring lapse in security and safety by the event organizers.