Travis Scott wants out of Astroworld lawsuits

"Performers are not expected to render special protection to the audience," the rapper's lawsuit stated Monday.

On Monday, Travis Scott's attorneys filed a motion in Houston to dismiss him from the cases related to the deadly Astroworld crowd rush...

... arguing that he wasn't in charge of event safety and that “performers are not expected to render special protection to the audience, nor to safeguard them from the rest of the crowd.”

The motion comes two years after Scott's November 2021 performance killed 10 and injured hundreds. 

 Drake also requested dismissal last week after appearing as a surprise guest during Scott's Astroworld performance.

Scott's team has stated in public remarks and court documents that the rapper was uninformed of the catastrophe during and after the concert. 

 In the Monday move, Scott's lawyer, Daniel Petrocelli, said that the evidence “demonstrates that the Scott Defendants were not responsible for venue security or operations, or the site layout.” 

According to Petrocelli, “the evidence confirms that the Scott Defendants acted diligently to protect against every reasonably apprehensible danger, as due care requires.”

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