The lawsuit states that the victims are seeking damages “for the loss of mental and physical health, and human life.”
In a statement to E! News, the Buzbee Law Firm said it “intends to file another lawsuit in the coming days with another 100 named plaintiffs.”
The statement continued, “The Buzbee Law firm believes, based on its ongoing investigation, that Apple Music, Epic Records and many other corporations that stood to make millions from Astroworld will share legal blame in a court of law.”
In response to the lawsuit, Live Nation issued a statement to E! News that said, “We continue to support and assist local authorities in their ongoing investigation so that both the fans who attended and their families can get the answers they want and deserve, and we will address all legal matters at the appropriate time.”
E! News reached out to both Travis and Drake for comment, as well as Epic Records, Cactus Jack Records, Apple Inc., Scoremore, ASM Global, Harris County Sports & Convention and other companies listed in the lawsuit.
A spokesperson for ASM Global, Harris County Sports & Convention Corporation and NRG Park (the stadium where the concert was held) previously told E! News, “Because of pending litigation and ongoing investigations, we are unable to comment.”
This is just one lawsuit of many that have been filed against Travis and several Astroworld festival organizers since the tragedy.