Houston Police Department Asks Astroworld Attendees To Provide Evidence To The FBI Website


The Houston Police Department Asks Astroworld Attendees To Provide Evidence To The FBI Website


The Astroworld saga continues.

Travis Scott has been in hot water since his infamous Astroworld music festival in November 2021. The annual festival is filled with musical performances in a carnivalesque atmosphere and is usually a fun-filled event. However, his latest Astroworld event ended in horror, as the crowd became uncontrollable, leaving many of his fans either crushed or trampled.

Ten people died during the rave, while hundreds were hurt, many needing hospitalizations due to injuries sustained at the event. According to reports, the event has led the Houston Police Department to begin a full investigation, as some videos show participants of the festival being ignored after telling event coordinators that people were passing out and dying.

Travis Scott and his team have since been targeted for the neglect shown during his show, which many fans believe should have been stopped, or paused when they were informed of the crowd getting too rowdy. The incident led to Travis Scott receiving criticism all over social media, with many believing that he and his team should be prosecuted for the event.

After months of silence, things are beginning to heat up again as the Houston Police Department asks for recent Astroworld attendees to send any pictures and videos that they may have of the “main venue area” from between 8 pm-11 pm to the FBI’s website.

In a statement made on January 14th, 2022, the Houston Police Department stated:

“Houston Police Detectives have already viewed countless hours of video evidence as part of our ongoing investigation into the Astroworld event…To ensure that we have captured all possible evidence for a complete investigation, we have partnered with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for additional technical assistance.”

Travis Scott denies his responsibility for the unfortunate event, as he was on stage performing at the time.


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Authored by: KJ Dodd