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Astroworld Victim Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Travis Scott After Allegedly Suffering A Miscarriage

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May 12 2022, Published 6:10 p.m. ET

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An Astroworld victim is suing Travis Scott for wrongful death of her unborn child after claiming injuries she suffered at the disastrous music festival caused her to have a miscarriage.

Ten died and potentially thousands more eager concert-goers were injured last November in a deadly crowd surge at the famed Houston festival. The rapper has since been slammed with hundreds of lawsuits that could potentially set the artist back by billions of dollars.

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In the lawsuit, Shanazia Williamson alleges she was trampled at Astroworld leaving her with serious injuries to her back, chest, shoulder, stomach, and leg, per TMZ. She is accusing the "SICKO MODE" rapper of "failure to plan, design, manage, operate, staff, and supervise the event" which allegedly led to "Shanazia's injuries and death of her and Jarawd's (her partner) unborn child."

Williamson first filed the lawsuit for her various injuries on Sunday, November 21, citing "trouble breathing, chest pain, and left leg pain, as well as injuries to other parts of her body" as the reason for the suit.

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Williamson has since amended the court filing to include wrongful death in the lawsuit, as fetal loss due to negligence is a valid reason for a a wrongful death complaint under Texas law.

The court documents do not mention how far along in her pregnancy she was at the time of the Astroworld tragedy.

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OK! recently learned that despite previous reports of 300 to 400 people injured at the tragic event, lawyers have now speculated the number of injured Astroworld attendees is not in the hundreds but in the thousands.

According to court documents, attorneys have found 732 more claims of serious injuries that required "extensive medical treatment," while a total of 1,649 others in attendance claimed they had experienced injuries requiring "less extensive medical treatment". Legal minds are currently estimating up to 4,900 people may have experienced anything from minor injuries to death at the festival.

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