A pregnant woman is suing Travis Scott for manslaughter after she lost her baby after an Astroworld party


A woman says she lost her pregnancy as a result of injuries she sustained during Astroworld Crushing the crowd at the festival is sued Travis Scott And the organizers of the festival due to the wrong death of her unborn child.

Shanazia Williamson and her husband Jarrod Owens of Dayton, OhioThey say they were expecting a baby when they attended the Astroworld Festival on November 5, 2021. They say they lost the fetus due to the injuries Williamson sustained at the festival.

10 people were killed during a crowd rally at the Astroworld Music Festival in Houston, Texas, last November, and nearly 5,000 people say they have been infected. Reports say Scott continued to perform despite warnings that the crowd was in danger.

Shanazia Williamson sues Travis Scott (above) for the death of her unborn child, which she says she lost to injuries sustained during the Astroworld Festival in November

Shanazia Williamson sues Travis Scott (above) for the death of her unborn child, which she says she lost to injuries sustained during the Astroworld Festival in November

A memorial to the 10 people killed during a crowd at the Astroworld Festival in Houston last November

A memorial to the 10 people killed during a crowd at the Astroworld Festival in Houston last November

In December, Williamson and Owens sued Scott, festival promoters Live Nation and ScoreMore, security firms Valle Services SMG, ASM Global and Harris County Sports and Convention Corporation.

The lawsuit said: “While attending the festival, Shanazieh was run over and crushed, which resulted in horrific injuries and the death of her unborn child, in addition to Shanazia’s injury to her shoulder, back, leg, chest, stomach and other parts of her body.”

“The defendants’ failure to plan, design, manage, operate, staff and supervise the event was a direct and proximate cause of Shanazia’s injuries and death of her unborn child,” the lawsuit states.

Ambulances tend to the panicked crowd at Astroworld Festival in November.  More than 4,900 injuries were reported at the concert

Ambulances tend to the panicked crowd at Astroworld Festival in November. More than 4,900 injuries were reported at the concert

Emergency personnel respond to the Astroworld Festival in November.  Scott has repeatedly denied responsibility for the tragedy

Emergency personnel respond to the Astroworld Festival in November. Scott has repeatedly denied responsibility for the tragedy

The lawsuit also alleges that the defendants failed to provide adequate medical or security staff, and that they failed to recognize the risks of setting up the event.

Lawyers for Williamson and Owens, Jason Aitken and Kurt Arnold, declined to comment on the lawsuit, according to rolling rockciting a February gag order that limits what lawyers can say publicly about Astroworld’s lawsuits.

The Williamson and Owens lawsuit is one of hundreds of lawsuits against Scott and the companies involved in the festival. Scott, his brand Cactus Jack, Live Nation, Score More, Apple, the festival’s security companies, and the venue itself face billions of dollars in damages from festival casualties.

Ezra Blount, 9, poses at the entrance to the Astroworld Festival.  He was the youngest victim of the tragedy

Ezra Blount, 9, poses at the entrance to the Astroworld Festival. He was the youngest victim of the tragedy

A document filed in Harris County, Texas, on Monday showed that more than 700 people sued over the festival sustained injuries that required “extensive” medical treatment. More than 4,900 reported that they sustained some minor injuries at the festival.

Live Nation and the festival’s main security company, Contemporary Services, have denied all allegations against them.

Scott himself has consistently denied any responsibility for the tragedy at Astroworld.

He performed on stage for the first time since the tragedy at a concert in Miami last weekend. He is scheduled to perform at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.

Scott’s representatives did not respond to requests for comment from DailyMail.com at press time.

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