Travis Scott has been hit with another lawsuit over the Astroworld tragedy, and this time, members of the festival's security are going after the rapper, his record label, event organizers, and more.
According to reports, the 30-year-old is being sued for $1 million by two security guards who claim they suffered permanent scarring due to what they saw go down at Astroworld. Samuel and Jackson Bush say they were hired by AJ Melino and Associates to work the November 5 festival in Houston, Texas.
Samuel and Jackson allege they suffered mental and physical injuries from that deadly night, which resulted in 10 dying and 300 more injured.
In the documents, Jackson outlines in detail the horrific events that played out. According to him, not only did he witness several lifeless bodies getting CPR, but he also pulled one out of the crowd as thousands of fans surged towards the stage.
Samuel and Jackson claim 50,000 people bought tickets for the event, but many more were there. They say the number of fans in the crowd only added to the problem.
They aren't just going after Travis. According to reports, the security guards also want Live Nation, AJ Melino, Cactus Jack Records, and more, held accountable.
This is just the latest lawsuit in connection to the Astroworld tragedy. The largest one was filed last week on behalf of 280 concertgoers for a whopping $2 billion.
Travis has laid low in his $14 million Houston mansion since the deadly event. While his pregnant baby mama Kylie Jenner stayed by his side for several days, she packed up in the middle of the night and headed back to Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Travis has been meeting with his high-profile legal team in an effort to strategize while lawsuits continue to roll in. 8 people died when the crowd surged the stage to get closer to the rapper.
Two others, including a 22-year-old college student and a 9-year-old boy, later passed away from their injuries.
Travis spoke out following the tragedy. He's reportedly paying for funeral costs and therapy for those struggling after the fact, but many believe that's not enough.