Astroworld lawsuit on behalf of victim’s family accuses Travis Scott of encouraging fans to sneak in

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Texas lawyer has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the family of Astroworld Festival victim Danish Baig, who died while trying to save his fiancée amid the concert crowd surge.

Attorney Michael Lyons has filed suit against Live Nation, rapper Travis Scott and other defendants on behalf of the Baig family and Danish’s fiancée, Olivia Swingle.

Baig had traveled to NRG Park from Crowley, Texas. He attended the concert with Swingle and his brother, Basil, who was also injured during the surge.

“Olivia lost the love of her life,” Lyons said. “The last time that Olivia heard Danish’s voice was him screaming her name out in terror as he was trying to get her out and save her life. That is something she will never forget.”

Lyons is arguing that festival creators, organizers, promoters, security and performers all failed Baig, Swingle and all other victims.

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Source: ABC13