Meek Mill Sued For A 3rd Time Over Concert Shooting
theJasmineBRAND exclusively reports, Meek Mill is now facing THREE lawsuits over the same incident. A man named Dylan Thomas filed a suit against the 30-year-old artist after he claims he was injured at his Connecticut concert December 2016.
The incarcerated rapper is already facing two separate lawsuits over this concert. This is the same concert that resulted in the tragic death of a man named Jaquan Graves, who attended the concert and was gunned down in the parking lot outside the venue. Graves’ family also filed a lawsuit late last year. Travis Ward, another concert attendee, was gunned down in the parking lot and his family is also suing. Both Graves and Ward’s families filed wrongful death lawsuits.
In the latest lawsuit, Thomas sues not only Meek, but Oakdale Musical Theater Company, Live Nation, Michael J. Wilcox, The Big Boy Game LLC and Roc Nation. In the suit, Thomas claims he was injured in the parking lot, stating that the parties responsible for the concert were negligent and careless. He says he suffered: a gunshot wound to his right light, multiple metallic fragments lodged anterior to the mid fibular diaphysis, puncture wound to his right lower leg, scarring, anxiety, severe pain and fear of death. The suit speaks to Meek’s responsibility in his injuries stating his,
Concerts historically have had violent outbursts in the parking lot or the environs of the show venue, before, during or after the event including but not limited to, multiple shootings in the parking lot outside the Moodswing Nitelub Lounge in in Delaware in 2013, multiple melees and brawls in and outside of Club Lush in Connecticut on October 2011.
They also say he failed to discover, consider and appreciate or act on the fact that his lyrics, songs and actions incident violence and encourage the use of deadly weapons.