Two security guards who were hired to work during Astroworld festival have sued Travis Scott.
According to the security guards namely Samuel and Jackson Bush, AJ Melino and Associates hired them to work the festival.
But the Bush brothers, according to a TMZ report sighted by African Entertainment, they never expected to witness the tragedy that unfolded that day.
They claimed in their lawsuit that they suffered mental and physical injuries from working the event.
Specifically, Jackson is reported to have said he witnessed CPR being performed on lifeless bodies and later pulled a person from a crowd crush who wound up dead.
The brothers are seeking $1 million in damages against Scott, AJ Melino, Live Nation, Cactus Jack Records.
About the Astroworld tragedy
At least 10 persons were killed and hundreds injured during Scott’s Astroworld music festival.
The festival was held in Houston, Texas, at NRG Park on Friday, November 5, 2021.
The tragedy occurred after concertgoers surged toward the stage around 9:30 p.m. during the Scott’s headlining set.
Those who died on that day were reported to range in age from 14 to 27.
At least 25 persons were reportedly hospitalized, while eight persons were confirmed dead on November 5. The ninth person was confirmed dead on November 10, and the 10th victim, a 9-year-old died November 14, 2021.
African Entertainment understands that at least 50,000 persons were attending the festival on that fateful day.
Names and ages of the Astroworld victims:
John Hilgert, 14
Brianna Rodriguez, 16
Franco Patino, 21
Jacob “Jake” Jurinek, 21
Rodolfo “Rudy” Pena, 23
Madison Dubiski, 23
Danish Baig, 27
Axel Acosta, 21
Bharti Shahani, 22
Ezra Blount, 9
Pictures of the victims have been published.