On the same day that Travis Scott released his new album, the Houston Police Department delivered their report on the Astroworld disaster.
album Utopia, which had been highly anticipated, was finally made available, prompting his attorney to doubt the authorities’ impartiality.
On Saturday, July 30, shortly after the results of the study were made available to the general public on Friday, July 28, Kent Schaffer published a statement.
“There is no way that the release of Travis Scott’s highly anticipated album is a coincidence,” the lawyer told TMZ.
“Travis Scott and his team have been completely exonerated of any wrongdoing associated with,” as was expected, the
the tragic event that occurred at Astroworld by a grand jury using the very report that was made public today,” he said.
“It is unconscionable that the HPD has chosen to engage in strategies that aim to undermine Travis and his team’s credibility.
“casting doubt on how the unfortunate events that actually transpired at Astroworld in order to deflect blame from their own critical failures,”
“We urge the Houston Police Department to accept that Travis Scott and his team were found innocent of any wrongdoing and to focus on what really matters – ensuring that tragedies like Astroworld never happen again under their watch,” his attorney continued. “We urge the Houston Police Department to accept that Travis Scott and his team were found innocent of any wrongdoing.”
In the past, a stampede that occurred during Scott’s 2021 Astroworld event resulted in the deaths of ten individuals and injuries to hundreds more.
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