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A 2016 Meek Mill live performance left two males shot and killed outdoors the Connecticut venue the place the present was held. The households of the lads are looking for a $6,000,000 settlement within the wrongful loss of life lawsuit in opposition to the Philadelphia rapper.
The Blast stories:
On November 21, courtroom paperwork had been filed by the estates for Jaquan Graves and Travis Ward during which they defined they’re prepared to settle their separate circumstances in opposition to Meek.
Both declare to be prepared to simply accept $three million every to deliver an finish to the circumstances they introduced in opposition to Meek, for a grand complete of $6 million each households are looking for.
Meek has but to file a response to their supply of compromise.
Last 12 months, the rapper was sued by the property of Jaquan Graves for wrongful loss of life after Graves was shot and killed outdoors Meek’s 2016 live performance in Connecticut whereas he was leaving the present.
Meek was additionally hit with a separate lawsuit by the property of Travis Ward, who was killed throughout the taking pictures outdoors the venue.
The households say that Mill, Oakdale Musical Theatre Company and Live Nation are all at fault for having lax safety on the live performance venue.